Have you ever wanted to feed one of the earth’s most prehistoric creatures?

Crocosaurus Cove now offers its guests the unique opportunity to feed some of Australia’s largest Saltwater crocodiles as part of a 1.5hour fully guided tour of the attraction*

Highlights include an introduction to the World’s largest display of Australian reptiles and aquatic creatures of the top end as well as behind the scenes access into the world of the Saltwater Crocodile.

Meet some of the more unique reptiles of the Top End as part of the tours VIP access to the Reptile House. Our knowledgeable reptile handlers share their passion for the scaly inhabitants that call Crocosaurus Cove home while sharing information on the unique relationship between some of these reptiles and the indigenous people of the region.

Under the supervision of our experienced crocodile handlers, participate in feeding an adult Saltwater crocodile and gain a greater knowledge of one of the world’s most deadly predators.

Gain VIP access to the Fishing for Crocs platform and the baby crocodile handling area as part of your tour.

Full day entry to Crocosaurus Cove is included.

Tours departs daily at 10.00am and 1.00pm

Min Pax: 2       Max Pax: 8

*Minimum age for this tour is 4 years. For more details please see our Terms & Conditions.

Terms & Conditions

  • All participants must follow the instructions of Crocosaurus Cove staff members at all times. Entry is at the participant’s own risk.
  • Children under the age of 16 must be supervised by parents at all times.
  • You will be handling various reptiles that are used to being handled, however they can bite. If they do, please listen to the instructions of Crocosaurus Cove staff members.
  • It is very important that everyone follows the instructions of the crocodile handlers. The big crocodiles are very dangerous. If you jump over the feeding wall, the crocodiles will attack you, so please don’t do that!

Reptiles are cold-blooded animals and their energy levels and feeding habits can vary depending on weather conditions and temperatures. Throughout the dry season, May-Sep, feeding performances may be affected due to lack of appetite. However, they will still try to eat you so please stay out of the water.

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