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Adelaide River Transfers

#90 of 141 Tours in Darwin
Darwin, Australia
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About Adelaide River Transfers
Daily Shuttle transfers to The Original Adelaide River Jumping Crocodile Cruise from Darwin City.
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Adelaide River Queen Cruise Shuttle Bus

In the murky waters of the Adelaide River, lives the most dangerous reptile in Northern Australia.

The huge saltwater jumping crocodiles are the stars of this fascinating 1 hour cruise, which excites, entertains and educates. Crocodiles can be seen caged anywhere, but this may be your only chance to see the Famous Jumping Crocodiles 'in Action in the Wild'.

Perched high above the dangers of the crocodiles is a feast of birdlife – white belly sea eagles, magpie, geese, brolgas, spritely dollar birds and hawks (known as kites in the NT). Kingfishers and corellas gather in flocks of hundreds on the marshy floodplains beside the river. Wild pigs and buffalo are often sighted darting in and out of the tall grasses along the river banks.

 
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4 hours
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Pathfinder Jumping Crocodile Cruise Shuttle Bus

Get up close in complete safety to see these spectacular reptiles in their natural habitat on the Adelaide River during a 1 hour tour on the Pathfinder vessels.
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4 hours
from USD 82.15
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Cathy Martin wrote a review Sep. 2019
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This was the most incredible experience! There were many different crocodiles that cruised over to our boat to have a feed, while our knowledgable guide explained and educated us on these intelligent animals. We were up close to these massive reptiles as they launched themselves out of the water, as our guide kept watch that in our excitement we didn't have any stray body parts outside the safety of the boat. Pick up and return to the cruise ship was seamless with guaranteed return to the ship before the all-aboard deadline. The next time I go to Darwin I will definitely be booking this excursion with this company again.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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NEIL wrote a review May 2019
Tumut, Australia11 contributions
A must do when in Darwin,up close to the crocs was great,the commentary by our crew very informative, kiosk at the entryhad lovely eats, great experience
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Date of experience: May 2019
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anzrocsa wrote a review Mar. 2018
Adelaide, Australia1 contribution
Steve did a great job in picking us up from our ship on time, warned us of any flooding on Adelaide River. Explained sites on the bus trip to the boat and then found Crocs for us to photo. Thoughtful in giving each side of the boat photo opportunities and finally dropped us off in Darwin at the Military Museum. A great day out at a very reasonable cost.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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JSydAUSTRALIA wrote a review Jul. 2017
Sydney, Australia273 contributions70 helpful votes
The shuttle departs from Darwin city at 08:30 am and 12:30 pm. It takes about 1 hour to get to the boat and the cruise itself is also another hour. Great experience, both the transfer shuttle and the jumping crocodile tour. Amazing!
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Response from Steven P, Owner at Adelaide River Transfers
Responded 9 Sep. 2017
Thank you.
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Krystyn J wrote a review May 2017
Bairnsdale, Australia18 contributions9 helpful votes
Thanks for the exclusive transfer to Adelaide River and the jumping croc cruise - you didn't disappoint
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Response from gblums, Owner at Adelaide River Transfers
Responded 11 May 2017
It was our pleasure, thank you Krystyn.
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