Ever wanted to see a huge croc live and up close? How about handling a baby croc with your own bare hands? That’s exactly what’s on offer at Crocosaurus Cove, Darwin’s premier attraction for all things crocodile- and fish-related!
You can go croc fishing with meat on a stick, be wowed by the huge variety of aquatic life in the 200,000 litre aquarium or even brave your crocodile fears in the daunting (but safe) Cage of Death. So get up top today and check out the creature-mayhem now!
The “Cage of Death” is Australia’s only crocodile dive and allows you to be up close and personal with one of the world’s deadliest predators.
This once in a lifetime experience is certainly not for the faint hearted. The only acrylic cage in the world allows you to be surrounded by huge Saltwater Crocs, continuing to thrill locals and visitors from all around the world!
Also, this ultimate urban wildlife experience now has an improved cylindrical design with better viewing capabilities, allowing Caged Croc feed as part of each “Cage of Death” dive. The cage is designed for a maximum of 2 people and is lowered from an overhead monorail into any of the four separate croc enclosures. Perfect for all adrenalin chasers out there!
For those seeking a more subtle adventure at Darwin’s newest crocodile park, you need not worry. The park which houses almost 200 crocodiles (including some of the largest Saltwater Crocodiles on the planet) provides the world’s largest display of Australian crocodiles.
This great attraction for families has an immaculate 360 degree viewing experience of huge Saltwater Crocodiles, hatchlings and juveniles. The popular location also runs a daily program of activities such as; meeting the reptiles and feeding the crocs.
Crocosaurus Cove is surely a unique spot for a rush of adrenaline or for those wanting to learn more about massive reptiles, Sawfish or Whiprays. This great attraction could also make a rare gift for a loved one.
Alone, with a friend or a family member, Crocosaurus Cove will certainly leave you electrified.
Open daily from 9 am to 6 pm, closed Christmas Day
58 Mitchell Street, Darwin, NT
Entry is $32 for adults and $20 for children, while seniors pay $26. Prices for the Cage of Death are $160 per person, or $120 for two people, and the feeding the crocs activity is $79 for adults, $69 for seniors and $48 for children
Who Should Attend?
Crocosaurus Cove has activities that are fun for the whole family, and is suitable for people of all ages.
How to Get There:
To see the public transport options available, visit Transport NT.
Look below for a list of events and activities happening around the Crocosaurus Cove.
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Upcoming Events & What's On around Crocosaurus Cove
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