Pathfinder Jumping Crocs

The Original Adelaide River Queen Jumping Crocodile Cruises

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Wak Wak, Northern Territory

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3220A Arnhem Highway,
Wak Wak,
Northern Territory
0822.

The Original Adelaide River Queen Jumping Crocodile Cruise with air-conditioned large picture windows. The small Pathfinder vessels bring you as close as it is safe to get to a crocodile in the wild. A coffee shop overlooking the river has cappuccino, beer, wine and a luncheon food offering. You can almost touch crocodiles through the thick glass windows and together with an informative commentary this experience will leave you with a balanced and informed view of the Australian saltwater crocodile. ...

Product Types

  • Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours
  • Nature and wildlife
  • Sightseeing Tours
  • Air, Helicopter and Balloon Tours
  • Half Day or Less

Accreditation

  • China Ready and Accredited Program
  • COVID Clean Practicing Business
  • COVID Safe
  • Quality Tourism Accreditation
  • State/Territory Bus Operators Accreditation

Tours

  • Pathfinder Jumping Crocodile Cruise

    PathfinderPathfinder Jumping Crocodile

    What's even more amazing is that this attraction is natural; it takes nothing from the crocodile's habitat and changes nothing in the way it lives naturally in the wild. A short interaction of just a few minutes a day ensures that the crocodiles lose none of their natural survival and hunting instincts. You can almost touch these animals through the thick glass windows of the Adelaide River Queen II or their beautiful skin on the open Pathfinder vessels, and together with an informative commentary this experience will leave you with a balanced and informed view of the Australian saltwater crocodile.

    Facilities found here

    • Carpark
    • Family Friendly
    • Non Smoking
    • Public Toilet
  • Adelaide River Queen Jumping Crocodile Cruise

    Adelaide River Queen

    What's even more amazing is that this attraction is natural; it takes nothing from the crocodile's habitat and changes nothing in the way it lives naturally in the wild. A short interaction of just a few minutes a day ensures that the crocodiles lose none of their natural survival and hunting instincts. You can almost touch these animals through the thick glass windows of the Adelaide River Queen II or their beautiful skin on the open Pathfinder vessels, and together with an informative commentary this experience will leave you with a balanced and informed view of the Australian saltwater crocodile.

    Facilities found here

    • Carpark
    • Family Friendly
    • Non Smoking
    • Public Toilet

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