GROUPS & FUNCTIONS
In the murky waters of the Adelaide River, lives the most dangerous reptile in Northern Australia. The huge saltwater jumping crocodiles are the stars of this fascinating 1-hour cruise, which excites, entertains and educates. Crocodiles can be seen caged anywhere, but this may be your only chance to see the Famous Jumping Crocodiles 'in Action in the Wild'.
Perched high above the dangers of the crocodiles is a feast of birdlife — white belly sea eagles, magpie, geese, brolgas, spritely dollar birds and hawks (known as kites in the NT). Kingfishers and corellas gather in flocks of hundreds on the marshy floodplains beside the river. Wild pigs and buffalo are often sighted darting in and out of the tall grasses along the river banks.
Kakadu Pathfinder and Pathfinder II
Smaller vessels combined catering for groups of up to 74 passengers.
Clean open aired vessel
Canopy’s cover both boats
For that up close and personal experience
Vessels are Custom built to a standard that gives maximum interaction in complete safety.
Adelaide River Queen II
Larger vessel catering for groups up to 120 passengers
Air-conditioned lower deck with huge windows for viewing the crocodiles just inches away
Canopied open-air upper deck.
Toilet facilities on board
On board catering can be arranged.
Combined Catering for groups up to 200 passengers comfortably. The best onshore facilities in a tropical atmosphere right on the river’s edge. Our Coffee Shop is a great place to have a cappuccino or snack while you wait to board your cruise. There is icy cold beer, wine, soft drinks and ice creams, the avid shopper can also browse in our Souvenir Shop. Spotlessly clean bathroom facilities and outdoor areas offer a relaxing experience when visiting the Famous Jumping Crocodile Cruise. Located a short 60mins drive out of Darwin on the completely sealed Arnhem Highway to Kakadu.