Crocosaurus Cove is home to some of the largest crocodiles in captivity as well as housing the “world’s largest display of Australian reptiles” – all in the very heart of Darwin city in the Northern Territory!
Crocosaurus Cove brings together the largest Saltwater Crocodiles and “world’s largest display of Australian reptiles”. Visitors can also put on their swimming bathers and take a dip with the crocs, enjoy the Fishing for Crocs platform and smile for the camera while holding a baby saltwater crocodile. There is also an array of Barramundi, Archer Fish & Whiprays in a 200,000 litre fresh water aquarium and beautiful turtles in the Cove’s Top End Turtle Billabong.
Don’t Miss These Attractions at Crocosaurus Cove
Home to the only crocodile dive in Australia, Crocosaurus Cove invites visitors to swim with a 5.5 metre crocodile in the Cage of Death. Every diver will spend 15 minutes in an enclosure with 360 degree views in this once in a lifetime experience.
The world’s largest display of Australian Reptiles, with over 70 species, is not to be missed at Crocosaurus Cove’s Reptile House. Get up close and personal during the Meet the Reptile show and learn all about what these amazing critters eat for lunch during the Reptile feeding show.
Getting There and General Information
Crocosaurus Cove is located at 58 Mitchell Street in Darwin City, only a short 5 minute (400m) walk from Metro Advance Apartments and Hotel. Turn right out the front door of the hotel, then right onto Whitfield Street, left onto Smith Street, right onto Peel Street then finally left onto Mitchell Street.
There is a café onsite as well as a baby change area and showers for those needing to freshen up after their dive with the crocs.
Crocosaurus Cove opening times are 9am – 6pm every day except Christmas Day. Visit the website for current admission prices.
Find out more at https://www.crocosauruscove.com/
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