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Cage of Death at Darwin's Crocosaurus Cove
"After receiving full instruction and safety briefing make your way into the purpose-built transparent ‘Cage of Death’ where you’ll be lowered into four separate enclosures. Over the next 15 minutes tread water as you come face-to-face with massive saltwater crocodiles! Don’t forget to smile - an onsite photographer will capture 360-degree views of you and the crocs inside and outside the enclosures! (Photographs are available for purchase for an ad feel free to explore the various attractions also on offer. Enjoy informative and educational talks witness the daily barramundi feeding and catch a glimpse of the world’s largest display of Australian reptiles including the most venomous snakes on the planet."""Plunge into the ‘Cage of Death’ and swim with some of Australia’s largest saltwater crocodiles at Darwin’s Crocosaurus Cove. This latest attraction is perfect for adrenalin junkies who dare to get up close and personal with these amazing prehistoric creat
From AUD125.00
 
Crocosaurus Cove Darwin General Admission Tickets
"Located in the heart of Darwin Crocosaurus Cove is also home to the largest display of Australian reptiles in the world including species unique to the Top End and Kimberly regions of Australia. There’s also a turtle sanctuary and two-story freshwater aquarium. Children will love interacting with the baby crocodiles and don’t forget to pay a visit to the infamous Burt star of the iconic Australian movie ‘Crocodile Dundee’.You’ll have the opportunity to get up-close and swim with juvenile crocodiles at Crocosaurus Cove in a safe and unique swimming enclosure. Or partake in a feeding frenzy from a platform above as you dangle a piece of buffalo meat from your fishing line to the hungry crocs below.Plan ahead and make the most of your day at Crocosaurus Cove by referring to activities on offer as outlined on the Daily Schedule list below. A licensed café and souvenir shop are also located within Crocosaurus Cove for your convenience."
From AUD35.00
 
Explore Darwin City Sights
"Departing from Darwin city at 9am you will be able to see famous Darwin sites such as historic Palmerston Town Parliament House Darwin Botanic Gardens and the picturesque Darwin waterfront.The Defence of Darwin Experience is included in your tour gaining you access to the interactive exhibit outlining Darwin's WWII story from 1932-1945. See the WWII Oil Storage Tunnels which were built by the Civil Construction Corps. This unique tourist attraction located in the Darwin Wharf Precinct was reopened in 1992 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin.Take your time to enjoy the NT Museum and Art
From AUD110.00

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Flicking Fresh barra farm- what a joke!!!

Don't be fooled into wasting heaps of money at this horrible farm. The management are rude, incompetent & completely unprofessional. Take yourself to one of the many natural wonders up here & try your...
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Luggage from the Ghan

We arrived into Darwin and as the Rail Station is a long way out of town we were thrilled to find a courtesy bus waiting for us. Our luggage too was to be delivered to our hotel. Wonderful!BUT all the...
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VA everywhere...

When renting your car for a survival trip, don't forget to include all risks in your insurance coverage. Be sure to be properly insured against all roads or damage risks.But as each time there is a...
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Litchfield National Park - Day Trip

If you are in Darwin and looking at tours to Litchfield or parks nearby, DO NOT GO WITH WALLAROO TOURS. The 'prawns and champagne' at sunset (which was rushed) gave us food poisoning and we lost the...
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Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

This museum has a excellent display of Aboriginal Art, a nice collection of boats from pacific islands and Indonesia and the terrible destruction of Darwin by cyclone Tracy. Free admission, open...
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Mindil Beach Markets

The Mindil Beach Market really is almost a compulsory must do when in Darwin – and it was so good that Lady Gaw and I braved the hoards of tourists and locals and went there twice – and both on the...
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Jumping Crocodile Cruise

DARWIN This is a worthwhile day out while in Darwin and is certainly a "close up" for anybody that has never seen crocodiles THIS CLOSE..The river cruise guarantees that you will see many large crocs...
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Kakadu National Park - Day Trip

I was recommended this trip by a friend who said it was one of the best things she did in Australia. I agree, it was fantastic. Spent 3 days on a guided tour round Kakadu with Gondwana tours. The...
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Tours - Self-guided

The Discover Our City kiosks are located in various places around Darwin. They welcome you to Darwin and help you discover the 8 precincts: City, Esplanade, Wharf, Gardens, Fannie Bay, East Point,...
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