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Australia & New Zealand tours

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  • Explore Kakadu National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its rich natural and cultural heritage.

  • Witness ancient Aboriginal rock paintings at Ubirr and encounter saltwater crocs at Cahills Crossing.

  • Experience the adrenaline rush of the Jumping Crocodile Cruise, offering a close encounter with these apex predators.

  • Learn about Kakadu's history and culture at the Bowali Visitor Centre.

  • Enjoy optional stops at the Fogg Dam Conservation Centre and Corroboree Park Tavern.


  • Jumping Crocodile Cruise entry ticket

  • Kakadu Park Pass entry fee

  • Guided bush walks for wildlife sightings

  • Accredited outback driver-guide and air-conditioned mini coach travel

  • Comprehensive tour commentary for an educational experience

  • Inner-city pick up and drop off service for convenience

Other Important Info:

  • Child fare applies for ages 6 to 12; not suitable for children under 6.

  • Moderate fitness required for walks; terrain not suitable for mobility-impaired travelers.

  • Limited baggage storage (1 x 5-7kg day bag per person).

  • Bring a refillable water bottle, hat, sunglasses, comfortable hiking shoes, all-weather clothing, insect repellent, and money for meals.

  • Consider travel insurance for added peace of mind.

  • Be aware of extreme temperatures in the Northern Territory and pack accordingly.

Wilderness Escape and Croc Cruise Kakadu

Wilderness Escape and Croc Cruise Kakadu


12 hours





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Departing Darwin, explore the wonders of World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park with this thrilling 12-hour adventure. Discover ancient rock art, hop onboard the Jumping Crocodile Cruise, and learn about local Aboriginal culture.
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