Crocosaurus Cove presents the World’s largest display of Australian Reptiles, with over 70 species of reptiles on display.
Most reptiles on display are from the Northern Territory’s Top End and Kimberley region, however be sure to check out our new Desert region which is home to a range of species found in Australia’s Red Centre.
A reptile can be described as a vertebrate (ie has a backbone) that derives its body temperature from an external source, such as the sun. Its body is covered in skin from which grow scales. Some scales are very difficult to see as found on geckos, while other reptiles have modified scales that create a suit of armour or plating as seen in turtles.
Get up close to some of these amazing critters in our Meet the Reptile show & learn more about what they like for lunch during our Reptile Feeding show.
Our Reptile Team are always on hand to assist with questions so don’t be shy!
10.00am | 12.30pm | 4.00pm
Like so many of you, we’ve been paying close attention to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation.
Due to recent health advice, Crocosaurus Cove will be temporarily suspending operations from 6pm today, 25th March 2020. We will continue to monitor this situation over the coming weeks and advise when operations will once again commence.
This is a devastating decision to make, but as always, the most important thing to us is the health and safety of our customers, staff, animals, and communities.
For all guests with future bookings, we are offering a range of flexible cancellation and re-booking options, all without penalty. Our team will reach out to future booking holders over the next few weeks to make arrangements.
Please keep an eye on our Facebook and Instagram pages, as we will continue to care for our animals throughout this temporary closure, and do our best to provide entertaining and educational content for you all along the way!
Thank you all for your support. We wish you well and look forward to welcoming you to Darwin on the other side of these unprecedented events.
The team at Crocosaurus Cove