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Reviewed today via mobile

Was awesome in the cage of death. Was disappointed that they no longer had the sawfish and when they fed the fish they did not show how the archer fish shoot water. Overall great to visit

Thank Leah S
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The experience was great, went for about an hour and we spent plenty of time holding animals and feeding the crocodiles! Croc cove itself isn't somewhere you could spend a whole day, we spent just over two hours before moving to the next destination! Definitely worth a visit, though!

Thank 85leeleew
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Super cool! Amazing seeing these beautiful creatures so close!! Not that scary, felt safe behind the cage!!

Thank DayTrip33134793452
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We got given the cage of death as a Christmas present. I was very excited about the experience. We decided not to get pictures because they were so dear, $40 for one picture. then we went out to the tanks. They have a number of different tanks to drop us in and they dropped us in the tank where the crocodiles had just been feed in the educational talk before. Needless to say we spent 15 minutes staring at a crocodile doing nothing.
We were okay with that, as we thought it was the risk you took. However, the next group got lowered into a different tank and nothing happened for a while so they moved tanks. Then they got put in a different one and had what looked like an amazing experience. It just seemed a but weird that they moved tanks but we spent the whole time with a croc that did nothing, wasn't interested in the food at all. We came out it feeling frustrated.

Thank Navigator12194560528
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Reviewed 5 days ago

My grandkids & I love coming here and do so quite often. The kids never tire of seeing the crocs being fed or going through the inside display with the many live snakes, lizards and other wildlife species to see. We are generally there for at least 3 hours.

Thank Wayne F
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Reviewed 5 days ago

You should be here. It is not as scary as what you see, you have go into the cage and feel it. It is pretty safe and the crocodile is pretty calm. Out of sudden, crocodile will olen its mouth and knok on the cage. Is fun.Once in your lifetime must try bucket list.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We can only say one thing: it's fantastic experience. Besides, everyone is extremely nice and friendly. This is a place in Darwin which you must visit.

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Thank Sightsee06976397479
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We were surprised to find several crocodiles in enclosures on one of the main streets in Darwin. The crocodiles are huge and while it was quite scarry to watch this beautiful young lady in the enclosures feeding these monsters it was obvious she was enjoying the experience. Visitors can also feed the smaller crocodiles and you can also be lowered into the enclosure in a safety cage.

1  Thank rita7912016
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great place to spend 2 or 3 hours.
We are both in our 70s and enjoyed it as much as any of the kids. Did not expect to see this activity in the main street of Darwin. All staff were so friendly and Maddy the photographer set us up beautifully to hold baby crocs.
Feeding the large crocs was great and even tried feeding the small ones ourselves.
Worth the visit

Thank cottonpg28
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had fun looking at the crocs and snakes, and watching people going into the water with the crocodiles.

Staff are lovely, and it would be a great day out for kids. A good way of passing a few hours.

Thank Gemininski
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