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Crocosaurus Cove Cage of Death

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Crocosaurus Cove (Darwin City)


Do you dare come face-to-face with a saltwater crocodile? Then take on Crocosaurus Cove’s Cage of Death - Australia’s only crocodile dive! Meet one of Australia’s 5m saltwater crocodiles from the safety of a cage and enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime, thrilling experience!

At the Crocosaurus Cove, you can enjoy a range of crocodile related experiences including swimming with juvenile crocs, feeding one from a platform and even an incredible crocodile show. Plunge yourself into a croc-tastic world of adventure and learn all about these fascinating prehistoric animals today! 

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Reptile House

Home to over 70 species of reptile, the Reptile House boasts the largest display of Australian Reptiles. While these reptiles are from all over Australia, most reptiles on display are from the Northern Territory and the Kimberly region.

Big Croc Feed Show

Experience an enormous saltwater crocodile being fed whilst you learn all about their habits, impressive ability to live for over 200 million years! The star of the show, Burt, will undoubtedly wow you with his sheer size! !

Swim With Crocs

With only the glass to separate you - come face to face with Crocosaurus Cove's young Crocodiles! Swim in a glass tank alongside the crocs in a completely safe and controlled environment.  

Fishing For Crocs

Whilst standing from the safety of a platform, you and your group can fish among the almost 100 juvenile crocs and experience them bring their whole bodies out of the water.

Hold a Baby Croc

There is no doubt when these crocs are young they’re cute and you can enjoy the unique opportunity of holding one!

Freshwater Aquarium

Based on a typical river system, the Freshwater Aquarium holds 200,000 litres of freshwater and is home to an array of fish species and also puts on unforgettable, educational fish shows!

World of Crocs

Learn all about these prehistoric creatures from the dinosaur age in Crocosaurus Cove’s fascinating museum which consists of 14 different crocodile wax replicas! You can explore these from the comfort of an air conditioned room.

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How to get there

Cómo llegar a Crocosaurus Cove Cage of Death

Located in the centre of Darwin’s CBD, Crocosaurus Cove is easy to get to by both car and public transport.  

The Crocosaurus address is:

58 Mitchell St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia 

  • Car: if you are coming from the Stuart Hwy, go into Darwin City and turn onto Daly Street, then turn left onto Mitchell Street. There is parking available at the CBD, you can also pay for parking in the Mitchell Centre, in the Chinatown Car Park and on Cavenagh Street. 
  • Bus: there are several buses which go to the Darwin interchange and then you can easily walk from there.  
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Useful information


There is free entry available to Australian Carers caring for someone in their care. All you need is a Carer Card to the ticket desk on entry or free entry.

Caters for people with sufficient mobility as there are a few steps and for those who use a wheelchair. 

Food and Drink

There is a cafe available on site at Crocosaurus Cove and also plenty of restaurants to eat in and around Darwin.

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What is the Crocosaurus Cove address?

The Crocosaurus is 58 Mitchell St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia. 

How do I get to Crocosaurus Cove?

You can easily drive to the Crocosaurus Cove - go into Darwin City, turn right onto Daly Street, left onto Mitchell Street. You can use the parking available at CBD and also pay for parking at the Mitchell Centre, the Chinatown Car Park or on Cavenagh Street. 

Is there somewhere to eat at the Crocosaurus Cove?

Yes, there is a cafe onsite and also plenty of places to eat in Darwin.  

What is the minimum age for the Cage of Death?

The minimum age for the Cage of Death is 15 years old.  

Are there lockers at the Crocosaurus Cove?

Yes, participants can leave their belongings in the locker next to the Cage Dive.  

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User reviews

Jerry  Howarth
Jerry Howarth
9 Dec 2020
Good This is one crazy place but so worth it
Jonah Jackson
Jonah Jackson
15 Feb 2020
Good The croc cage is heaps of fun! Only place you can do a croc dive in oz i think. Amazing place to explore the northern territory as well.
Kyle Walters
Kyle Walters
9 Oct 2020
Good blimey, that croc dive is scary but so much fun!!
Kim Smith
Kim Smith
15 Nov 2020
Good Watched my son do the cage and it looks terrifying!! But all very safe. There are lots of other crocodile related activities too.
Lucas Anderson
Lucas Anderson
29 Jan 2020
Good This cage was the scariest thing ive ever done in my life!
Usuario Taquilla
Usuario Taquilla
15 Jan 2020
Good There are loads of great activities at this park, its not just the scary cage.
Dave Stewart
Dave Stewart
19 Oct 2020
Good The cage of death here is quite something! Probably the scariest thing ive ever done but you feel completely safe!
Jess Wright
Jess Wright
19 Oct 2020
Excellent This place is crazy! the kids held a baby croc and my husband did the cage which was terrifying but totally safe.
Lauren Winters
Lauren Winters
20 Nov 2020
Excellent The cage of death is epic! but there are all sorts of other activites which are amazing too!
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