Crocosaurus CoveCurrently Closed
- Address: 58 Mitchell Street, Darwin NT 0800, Australia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +61-889817522
- Ticket Price: 35 AUD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Wildlife Park, Family And Kids
If you love crocodiles and would love to see the magnanimous beasts up close, the Crocosaurus Cove is the place for you.
- Entering the crocodile pong in a glass cage to see the beats at nose distance.
A must if you want to get a wildlife adrenaline pump and a good story to tell for years to come!
- Do carry a change of clothes.
Cage of Death:
- 1 Person/Single Cage – $165.00pp (includes full day entry)
- 2 People/Double Cage – $125.00pp (includes full day entry)
Big Croc Feed Experience:
- Adult – $79
- Senior – $69
- Child (4-15yrs) – $48
- Adult – $35
- Senior – $28
- Child (4-15yrs) – $23
- Infant (0-3yrs) – Free
- Family 1 (1A,2C) – $76.95
- Family 2 (2A,1C) – $88.35
- Family 3 (2A,2C) – $110.20
- Family 4 (2A,3C) – $132.00
- Bus: The nearest Bus stop is at Mitchell 178
- Bus number- 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 14, 15, 21, 22, 25, 28, OL1, OL2
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95% of people who visit Darwin include Crocosaurus Cove in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
39.19% of people start their Crocosaurus Cove visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Crocosaurus Cove
91.3% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Crocosaurus Cove
A must place to visit, to appreciate the enormous size of these mystical creatures. Having said that I do feel sorry that they are no longer in the wild. Good interaction session with snakes and lizards as well as fish feeding. Can get a cheep beer as well, great when it's hot.
Lovely people managing the cove. Worth a visit although not cheap. Informative n well planned. Nice to see crocs not being ill treated even in captivity Great way to spend the day as Alice Springs can be quite boring n nothing much to do. Every attraction charge huge entrance fee aimed at fleecing tourist.
Me and my girlfriend did the cage of death, which is an absolute must! Although is was coming up to the wet season, and the crocs are a little less "animated", just being able to see these creature up close and in as much detail as you do is astonishing! The trainers really try their best so that customers have the best experience possible and managed to get the croc up for a few action shots for us.
Good experience. I think the ticket price of $35 is a bit too high. Watching the cage action was always interrupted by the venue's photographer who was asking us to move around so she can take photos of the person in the cage. Feeding crocodiles was fun to watch.
Good place to visit will need 2-3 hours to see everything.Longer if you want to see Crocs and reptile feeding.