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More than 30 years ago now, the Australian Saltwater Crocodile was protected.
They were believed to be facing extinction.
A Crocodile Hunter named Stephan, started the Original Jumping Crocodile Cruise to earn a living, here on the Adelaide River, Northern Territory.

Today he has retired but still drops in from time to time, ensuring his knowledge is passed on.

Crocodile feeding in action aboard the Northern Adventurer!!


More than 80,000 Saltwater Crocodiles now roam the waterways of Northern Australia, yet they are rarely ever seen. The crocodile is a cold blooded animal, they bask in the sun during the cooler months of June, July, and early August. Most of the time it's warm, Crocodiles are buried in the mud, under the trees in the shade. You do not normally see Crocodiles.

Here on the Adelaide River, the crocodiles know our boats, they leave their place of hiding, knowing they may be fed. This happens all year round!!

Our crew will ensure you are equipped with the knowledge you need to survive your stay in Australia's Northern Territory.

'Did you Know?'
Saltwater Crocodiles are more likely to be found in freshwater!!

Join us to learn more!!

* Crocodile Cruises run every day.
9.00am - 11.00am -- 1.00pm - 3.00pm.

Join our experienced crew for an awesome adventure.

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Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise, Adelaide River, Arnhem Highway, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Last Updated 29-06-2014. Site Designed and Maintained by C.Reinders