Enter the interactive world of Crocosaurus Cove, home to the world’s largest display of Australian reptiles and some of the largest saltwater crocodiles you will ever see! Whether you’re traveling with a group of friends or as a family with small children, Crocosaurus Cove offers an array of exciting activities for all. Explore the Reptile House and learn about over 70 reptile species on display, and get to know some gentle turtles at the Turtle Billabong. Meet the whipray - the stingray’s freshwater cousin - and the famous barramundi fish at the 200,000 litre aquarium and don’t miss the Big Croc Feed Show where you will witness the crocodile’s amazing eating habits and ability to survive. For a more up close and personal experience, jump into a unique pool and pose with young crocodiles at the Swim with Crocs activity, or go Fishing for Crocs for a chance to feed them yourself. Crocosaurus Cove is also home to the famed Cage of Death - a thrilling dive activity that brings you face to face with a giant saltwater croc measuring over five meters! With over ten exciting and educational reptile shows and more each day, you’re in for an experience like no other.
Sightsee in Darwin on a five hour afternoon tour led by a professional local guide. Get picked up by your driver at your hotel within the city and depart for famous sites around Darwin. Your first stop will be the Darwin Aviation Museum, a major aviation museum in Australia. Here, you will get to see rare amateur footage of the first air-raid in Darwin and original footage from Japanese archives. Admire the jet fighters and the variety of aircrafts on display.
Explore Darwin in full by pre-booking a combo ticket to its best attractions. Plan your itinerary ahead of time and avoid the hassle of last minute ticket buying. You will have several convenient options available covering the city’s must-see sights. Visit the legendary Crocosaurus Cove offering a unique up close look at Australia’s famous saltwater crocodiles, hop onto a 24-hour city sightseeing bus, enjoy a sunset cruise on a tri-level catamaran called ‘Charles Darwin’ or visit the RFDS Darwin Tourist Facility and learn about the the history of the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the Bombing of Darwin in 1942. With the Darwin Attraction Combo Ticket, you gain access to all of the attractions — or choose single or double attraction tickets if you are pressed for time.