Not all Crocodile tours are the same.
First established in 1985
The Original Adelaide River Queen Jumping Crocodile Cruises
Located in Australia's Northern Territory, 60 minutes drive from Darwin CBD.
Family owned and operated
Unrivalled level of safety, quality and comfort.
Nothing comes close to this 1 hour unforgettable experience Viewing Australia's deadliest reptiles, the famed Australian Salt Water Crocodile
Crocodiles are often viewed in cages or enclosures, however the chance to view the majestic jumping Crocodiles 100% in the wild and in their own habitats is one not to be missed.
Adelaide River Queen Cruises interaction with hundreds of different crocodiles is both educational and exciting whilst being brief enough to ensure there is minimal impact on the surrounding ecosystem.
Coffee shop, open daily serving barista coffee, food and cold drinks. Fantastic views of the majestic Adelaide River.
Gift store, air-conditioned with gifts for every age.. Toys, leather products, cards and stubbie coolers and much much more.
I particularly liked that the crocs are not forced into this interaction. It is very much on their terms. The knowledge of the guides is excellent and they are happy to answer any questions. They seem to have a genuine passion for what they do and the welfare of the crocs. I would definitely recommend this tour.
We just loved this tour! We were booked on the 11am tour on the Pathfinder boat which was a smaller group, we were encouraged to move around to take photos. Our tour guide was interesting and informative, we saw so many crocs! The kite feeding was an added bonus. Highly recommend this tour.
An exciting day on the Adelaide River! As with all tours involving wildlife, they can be unpredictable. But on this tour we saw heaps of crocs in and around the boat. Tamara gave a comprehensive safety briefing and kept us entertained throughout. She also moves the boat around so you'll get some excellent photos. You are allowed to move to the side the croc appears on as well. At no time did we feel unsafe on the water, even when people were moving around on the boat.