For more than 100 million years saltwater crocodiles have been one of the largest and most deadly reptiles discovered throughout the world.

The crocodiles can reach up to 7 meters in length, and of the 200 000 saltwater crocs in Australia, the majority are located in areas surrounding Darwin and the Mary River. Crocodiles play a pivotal role in the eco system in Northern Territory, however, they almost came into extinction in the 1950’s as they were hunted for their skins. Witnessing these beasts during feeding time, is an experience that will last a life time. Join in the fun and observe jumping crocodiles in their natural habitat, leaping out of the muddy waters and snapping up at their prey.