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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."
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Darwin Jumping Crocodiles Cruise on Adelaide River
"Cruise along the crocodile infested waters of the Adelaide River in Darwin. As you cruise along see crocodiles up close and watch as your guide entices saltwater crocodiles to jump up and snatch their food. After your cruise visit the Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre where you can see birds of prey scavenge for leftovers. You'll also seean educational display with sweeping views over the wetlandsBefore heading back to Darwin visit Fogg Dam Nature Reserve a Top End wetlands eco system with an abundance of birds and reptiles.You tour will arrive back into Darwin at approximately 6:30pm"""
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MYTHICAL CREATURE OR IS IT FOR REAL?

I have searched and searched online about this photograph that was taken in a cafe next to a garage somewhere between Katherine and Three ways but have not come up with the location. I even posted a...
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SEE ABORIGINE DRAWINGS

I am not quite sure where to put this tip as there does not seem to be a town on the database that is anywhere nearby. Anyway we took a diversion from the main road, just before it reaches the QLD...
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Sources for Northern Territory Information

Wikipedia's Northern Territory information is extensive and quite good. The Royal Automobile Association (RAA) six-page Strip Map for Alice Springs to Darwin via the Stuart Highway has considerable...
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VISIT THE MANY NATIONAL PARKS IN THE N.T.

To travel through this vast part of Australia known as the Northern Territory is to have the opportunity to visit some of the greatest National Parks in the Country if not the world. Parks such as...
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Chambers Pillar & Rainbow Valley MUST SEE

The Chambers Pillar is best seen at Sunrise, check times and get up early! The history with both famous explorers having signed/etched their names and others from the 1800's is amazing to see. The...
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Kings Canyon - Watarrka

Kings Canyon would have to be one of the most incredible of the many natural rock carved mountains of the outback in the middle of Australia. Probably my favourite, located in Watarrka National Park...
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The Devil's Marbles

This odd collection of large boulders seems out of place in the barren desert landscape. The local Aboriginals say they are the eggs of the rainbow serpent. Our tour bus stopped here overnight for...
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Katherine Gorge / Nitmiluk NP

Katherine Gorge is actually a series of 13 gorges on the Katherine River. You can enjoy the park by hiking one of many trails or by taking a 2hr cruise along the Katherine River. You may spot fresh...
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Kings Canyon

The sheer rock cut is amazing to see. Take the time and follow one of the walks there. The 6km Kings Canyon Walk will take you right along the edge of the canyon. But be careful not to stand too...
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Jumping Crocodiles

A visit to view the crocodiles in their natural habitat is a must. The Adelaide River along the Arnhem highway is home to hundreds of crocs. Several tours operate river cruises where you can see the...
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Grove Hill Heritage

If you want to see some real, old, traditional outback folk then this is the place to come. A stop here to quench your thirst will fill your memories with tales to make your sides ache from the...
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Smith Point

Smith Point is in the northwest of the Northern Territory; it is the top of the Top End and is washed by the Timor Sea which is part of the Indian Ocean. Access to Smith Point is via an unsealed...
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Garig Gunak Barlu National Park

Garig Gunak Barlu is a national park located around the Cobourg Peninsula in the Northern Territory. It is approximately 216 km northeast of Darwin and was established by joining the former Gurig...
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KataTjuta National Park

Not far from Uluru is KataTjuta National Park.In my opinion the best park as the scenery is amazing.I recommend taking the long hike through the park 6-8 hours to truly apprieciate this incredible...
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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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"Untouched Natural Beauty & Unique Mix of Cultures"
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