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Crocosaurus Cove

Alice Springs Darwin Katherine Ulu r u Kings Canyon

Go face-to-face with saltwater crocodiles in the Cage of Death, or play it safe and do the Fishing for Crocs or cuddle a baby crocodile.

Crocosaurus Cove is a tourism venture which commenced operations on the 15th of July 2008. The 3 storey attraction occupies almost an entire city block and allows visitors to witness iconic Top End Crocodiles from 3 months to 80 years old in purpose designed displays that can be viewed from all 3 levels.

See some of the Australia’s largest Crocs
Enjoy 360 degree viewing of some of the largest Saltwater crocodiles in captivity and don’t forget to check out our most famous crocodile, Burt the star of the iconic Australian movie, Crocodile Dundee!

Cage of Death
Operated by overhead monorail, the Cage of Death is lowered into the same enclosure as some of the largest Saltwater crocodiles on the planet for a unique 15 minute, face to face encounter.

Other Highlights

• Daily ‘Barra’ feeding in our 200,000 litre freshwater aquarium
• Big Croc feed and presentation
• Meet the Reptiles
• Interactive hatchling area
• World of Crocs replica Museum
• Story of Darwin Film, a look at Darwin’s turbulent and colourful history
• Top End Turtle display

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    • Zoos Sanctuaries Aquariums and Wildlife Parks

    Opening times

    Monday to Sunday 9am to 6pm

    Entry cost

    • Indicativeprices tickets from $35 to $165
      Entry only : $35 Big Croc Feed VIP Experience: $79 Cage of Death Single : $165 Cage of Death Double: $250 ($125 per person)
    • Child tickets from $23 to $48
      Entry only : $23 Big Croc Feed VIP Experience: $48


    • Cafe
    • Conference/Convention Facilities
    • Public Toilet


    Suitable for guests with sufficient mobility to climb two or three steps, but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance. Suitable for guests who depend on the use of a wheelchair in a seated position at all times. Suitable for guests with a hearing impairment, from mild hearing loss to profoundly deaf. Disabled access available, contact operator for details


    Australian Tourism Accreditation Program
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