With 30+ years of experience, no cages or glass, witness the iconic Saltwater Crocodile in action, while our experienced crew teach you about the biology and ecology of the creatures and the Adelaide River that they inhabit.

Onboard our purpose built vessels every seat guarantees a spectacular view of the untouched Adelaide River Floodplains and banks of Djukbinj National Park, as we bring you into the wild Northern Territory.

With a focus on sustainable practices, we strive to provide an ethical experience that our guests can feel good about. We are a not-for-profit Indigenous-owned business proudly supporting the Anindilyawkwa community.


Top Selling Points

  • Indigenous owned
  • Sustainable & ethical wildlife experience
  • Custom built vessels for increased visibility
  • Operational year round


Wildcat: 22 pax open-air catamaran
Croc-Cat: 55 pax open-air catamaran



Departs: Daily. Excluding 25th December
Departure Point: 2915 Arnhem Highway, Middle Point
Time: 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm


Tour Highlights and Inclusions

  • View wildlife in a natural environment
  • Boat cruise on the Adelaide River with guided commentary
  • Purpose-built vessels with outward facing seating, ensuring all guests have an uninterrupted view
  • Sustainable off-grid facilities with viewing deck of surrounding wetlands
  • Free tea and coffee
  • Internationally recognised Animal Ethics Policy



Accessibility information

  • Australian standard disability compliant bathroom facilities onsite
  • Disabled parking space available
  • Some restrictions for wheelchair users, advise confirming in advance

Beatrice Hill
2915 Arnhem Highway
Middle Point NT 0836

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