1 Day Kakadu Tour from Darwin $225

Operates: Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday (April) / Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday (May – October)

Departs: 7:30am

Returns: 7:30pm

Adults: $225

Child: $150 (6 – 12 years – minimum age 6 years) Please see our 1 Day Kakadu Tour Deluxe if you are travelling with a child under the age of 6 years.


  • Kakadu National Park entrance fees
  • Friendly & informative local guide
  • Return air-conditioned transport
Location Address Time
The Cavenagh Hotel 12 Cavenagh Street Darwin 7:30am
Darwin FreeSpirit Resort Meet at the Holtze Petrol Station on Deviney Rd Southbound on Stuart Hwy 8:00am
Discovery Parks Meet at Bus Stop ID: 192 on the Stuart Hwy, opposite Farrell Crescent 7:55am
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel 116 The Esplanade Darwin 7:35am
H105 On Mitchell 105 Mitchell St Darwin 7:35am
Hilton Darwin 32 Mitchell Street Darwin 7:35am
Mantra on the Esplanade 88 Esplanade Darwin 7:40am
Mantra Pandanas 43 Knuckey St Darwin 7:30am
Mindil Beach Casino Resort Casino Sr the Gardens Darwin 7:20am
Novotel Darwin CBD 100 Esplanade Darwin 7:40am
Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise 2915 Arnhem Hwy, Window to the Wetlands, Wak Wak 8:45am
Tourist Precinct Mini Bus Zone 39 Mitchell Street Darwin 7:35am
Travelodge Resort Darwin 64 Cavenagh St Darwin 7:30am
Vibe Hotel Darwin 7 Kitchener Dr Darwin 7:45am

Jumping Crocodile Cruise

Witness the staggering strength of the Top End’s saltwater crocodiles on a Jumping Crocodile Cruise along the Adelaide River. This one hour boat cruise offers the chance to watch these dangerous reptiles leap from the water for a small piece of buffalo meat. It’s an incredible opportunity to observe how crocs behave in the wild – no cage!

$40 per person

1 Day Kakadu Tour from Darwin $225

1 Day Kakadu Tour from Darwin Itinerary

For an unforgettable adventure exploring Australia’s famous Kakadu National Park, join our one day tour from Darwin! You’ll observe an abundance of wildlife, admire ancient rock art and spend the day surrounded by the stunning landscapes of the Top End.

We start our day heading out of Darwin towards the Adelaide River, where you have the option to join the Jumping Crocodile Cruise or explore Fogg Dam Conservation Centre. To watch some of Australia’s most dangerous animals in action in their natural habitat, climb aboard the Jumping Crocodile Cruise. On this hour-long cruise, you’ll learn all about Australia’s saltwater crocodiles and their habitat and be astounded by their strength as they leap from the water for a tasty bite of buffalo meat. Alternatively, wander the boardwalks and take in the views over the wetlands at the Fogg Dam Conservation Centre, keeping an eye out for the numerous species of birds and animals that call the area home.

Next up, we enter Kakadu National Park and make a stop at Bowali Visitor Centre and Murrawuddi Gallery to learn about the ecology and history of the area. Through videos and displays, the visitor centre offers fascinating insight from an indigenous perspective on their connection to the land and their care to manage the environment.

We journey deeper into Kakadu to view Cahills Crossing, an infamous and dangerous river crossing that has claimed many vehicles that unwisely tried to pass at the wrong time. Keep an eye out for more salties and the remains of overturned cars that failed to make it across.

Our final stop is Ubirr Rock, where you can admire some of Australia’s best examples of Aboriginal Rock Art. Once an important camping spot for Aborigines, the smooth rock surfaces make a perfect canvas for the depictions of food animals, Rainbow Serpent and more. Wander through the gallery before walking up to the lookout for spectacular views over the Nadab Floodplains. Soak up one last look out over this amazing landscape before we jump back on the bus and journey back to Darwin.

Please note: our Kakadu tour itineraries are subject to change and may not be exactly as described when you travel due to weather conditions, park closures for traditional landowner ceremonies and unforeseen circumstances.

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