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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
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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

More Off The Beaten Path in Northern Territory

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Just get out there and experience the "Red Centre"

While ‘discover’ is a word bandied about freely in guidebooks, this truly is another place of discovery within Australia, and not just the natural beauty. If you take the time, you may just discover a...
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Feral buffalos of Kakadu National Park.

The feral buffalo has been a major environmental disaster in the wetlands of the Top End. When the population was at it highest, from the 1960s to the 1980s, the feral buffalo grossly altered the...
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The View from the Top

If you are dying to know what you may be missing by not climbing Ayers Rock, I am posting a photo that I took in 1990. The top surface is not flat, as you might expect, but has an undulating, wavy...
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Finke Gorge National Park

This National Park is located 138 kms west of Alice Springs and is accessed by an unsealed road. Most people come to see Palm Valley but there is also a campground here and nearby, the Kalaranga...
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Palm Valley

Most people don't venture to Palm Valley, I hadn't even heard of it on my first visit to Australia in 1990 until a friend told me about it years later. This time I joined a 5 day camping trip that...
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Alice Springs Telegraph Station

My favourite time spent in Alice Springs was on a visit to the Telegraph Station. I rented a bike from the hostel, rode a very scenic 4km path along the west bank of the Todd River to get there and...
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John Flynn Memorial

The John Flynn Memorial is located at the junction of the Stuart and Barkly Highways, near Tennant Creek. A remarkable man whose mame lives on in the Territory is the late Rev. John Flynn..."Flynn of...
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Try the walk around Ayers Rock instead of UP it!

Although I did climb "the rock" on my last visit in 1990, this time I decided to try the 9km hike around the circumference of Ayers Rock. And I really enjoyed it. Uluru appears to be a giant orange...
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Ormiston Gorge

Ormiston Gorge is another great spot for hiking in the West MacDonnell National Park. There is also a permanent 14m deep waterhole for swimming and some basic camping facilities.Ormiston Gorge is...
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Hot Air Ballooning over the MacDonnell Ranges

I'd say you'd be off the beaten path once you take to the air, so I think this tip belongs here.If you have the opportunity to take a hot air balloon ride, you should, at least once in your life. We...
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Trip South-Aileron, Last Stop Before Alice Springs

When I took the Greyhound bus from Darwin to Alice Springs (5-8 Aug 2010), Aileron was the last bus stop before Alice Springs. It is located ~130 km north of Alice Springs on a 1.7 km loop road off...
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Trip South - Dunmarra Roadhouse

The Greyhound bus (going south on the Stuart Highway) picked me up right on time at the Mataranka Homestead Tourist Resort at 18:45 on 7 Aug 2010. We arrived in Dunmarra around 21:30. The stop was for...
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Karlu Karlu (Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve)

The Parks & Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (NT) fact sheet for Karlu Karlu (Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve) tells us that Karlu Karlu is literally translated as "round boulders"...
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Trip North - Devil's Marbles Overall Information

The Parks & Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (NT) fact sheet for Karlu Karlu (Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve) has a park map. The central Loop Trail Kiosk is a good place to start....
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Darwin

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Uluru National Park (Ayers Rock)

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Alice Springs

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Kakadu National Park

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Katherine

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Mataranka

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Top Hotels in Northern Territory

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81 Cavenagh St, Darwin, Top End, 0800, Australia
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Yulara Dr, Ayers Rock Resort, Yulara, 0872, Australia
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9 & 10 South Terrace, (opening mid-Jan 2008), Alice Springs, 0870, Australia
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Arnhem Highway, South Alligator River, , Top End, 0886, Australia
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Fourth And Lindsay St,, NT 0850, Katherine, 0851, Australia
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Martin Road (off the Stuart Highway), PO Box 4066, Mataranka, 0852, Australia
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Top Things to Do in Northern Territory

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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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Royal Flying Doctor Service

The third stop on our Whistle Stop tour of Alice Springs was the iconic Control Station for the Royal Flying Doctor Service. The Flying Doctors are very dear to the hearts of Australians and in...
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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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Alice Springs Desert Park

Local plant and animal life flourish at the Desert Park, which is a short 10min car ride out of Alice Springs. There's a pretty wicked bird show (easily the star of the park) that's free with...
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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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ANZAC Hill

Funny thing about us humans – when ever there is a high point like a hill, mountain, tree, tall building, whatever we’ve got to climb it and have a good look around. Just wondering if it’s the same...
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K.Knight

"The Northern Territory...Natures Playground!"
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"The Red Centre and north to Darwin"
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AlbuqRay

"Untouched Natural Beauty & Unique Mix of Cultures"
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"The Northern Territory"
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"NORTHERN TERRITORY - THE TOP END -"
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