Crocosaurus Cove meet a salt water giant

Crocosaurus Cove meet a salt water giant

Immerse yourself in the environment of Australia’s most mesmerizing apex predator, the saltwater crocodile.

Crocosaurus Cove meet a salt water giant

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Darwin is a bustling tropical metropolis. For those on a tighter budget who are still wanting to do a little sightseeing, this is the perfect site. On the northern tip of Australia, there are a plethora of free activities to partake in. Outdoor markets, cosmopolitan food, waterside activities, and a vacation vibe that lasts all year round are Darwin’s claim to fame.

Experience the ultimate face-to-face encounter as you are carefully lowered in to the water with a large saltwater crocodile for 15 minutes.

Take in his intimidating gaze, feel the sheer power of his 3 tonne bite force, and learn to appreciate his true strength and resilience as a modern-day dinosaur.

The Cage of Death activity offers swimmers the opportunity to get up close and personal with our saltwater crocodiles in a controlled environment that is safe and enriching for both the crocodile and the visitor. Regular feeding throughout the experience is done in a way that encourages the crocodile’s natural instincts, giving swimmers the opportunity to witness our saltie’s infamous bite force under the supervision of trained handlers.

Meet one of our famous inhabitants: Wendell, Baru, Leo, or William and Kate and be wowed by this unique once-in-a-lifetime experience.

11 session times run between 9.30am and 5.00pm daily. Up to 2 pax permitted per dive time.*

 

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