Crocosaurus Cove is so unique for all the incredible variety of attractions featuring crocodiles. The most impressive adventure is certainly diving in the Cage of Death. The bravest visitors are placed into an acrylic box and lowered into the predator's lair. In addition, you can feed crocodiles, hold in hands newborn baby crocs, as well as be photographed with any inhabitant of the park.
Apart from the reptiles, the park accommodates mammals and birds: leopards, macaques, lions, wombats, cattle egrets, Polynesian megapodes, southern cassowaries, and others. The staff of the park study crocodiles and other animals with dedication, promoting a delicate attitude to the wild nature.
Entrance fee is $40 for adults, $30 for seniors, $20 for children (3-15 years), $105 for families (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 4 children).
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Go to Darwin Crocodile Park that has no analogues in the world where you can swim with giant reptiles and watch the feeding process.AU$15014
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