Cruise the Adelaide River to see saltwater crocodiles on a 6-hour tour from Darwin. Be amazed at how close you can get to the crocodiles as they leap out of the water. Continue to the Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve to explore the floodplains and forest.
- See saltwater crocodiles leap from the Adelaide River
- Enjoy breathtaking views of the Marrakai Plains
- Walk the eucalyptus and monsoon forest of the Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve
Experience leaping saltwater crocodiles up-close on a half-day cruise along the Adelaide River, departing from Darwin. Once on the river, your local guide will entice the prehistoric creatures to leap out of the water for an alarming but thrilling display of their mighty jaws.
Continue to the Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre, the highest point on the lower Adelaide River floodplain. From the top of the center, enjoy superb panoramic views across the scenic Marrakai Plains.
Next, visit the Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve to discover its diverse habitat and wildlife, including eucalyptus forest, open scrubland, and melaleuca woodland. The floodplain and open water attract a significant numbers of birds, as well as reptiles, mammals, and marsupials that add to your wildlife adventure. Stroll the boardwalks to keep your feet dry as your wander through monsoon and paperback forests.