Wetland Cruises

Point Of Interest

4.4 from 14 users


(Office) 69 Mitchell Street, Darwin, Northern Territory

(08) 8985 5855





Corroboree Billabong is part of the Mary River Wetlands, home to the largest concentration of saltwater crocodiles in the world. Enjoy viewing plenty of crocodiles plus a huge variety of birds and other local wildlife in their natural environment. Our boat design allows you to get up close to the animals with plenty of opportunities to take amazing pictures as we cruise around this nature lovers paradise. A shuttle service to the cruise is available from Corroboree Park Tavern and is beneficial if you have a hire car that is not permitted to travel on an unsealed road or if you just do not wish to drive your vehicle on an unsealed road. The shuttle operates for all cruises and costs $10/Adult and $5/Child return. To catch the shuttle, you need to be at Corroboree Park Tavern 30 minutes prior to the cruise time. NOTE......BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL. Alternatively, if you wish to drive yourself directly to the cruise you are welcome. The turnoff from the Arnhem Highway to Corroboree Billabong is on the left just 1 km past Corroboree Park Tavern (heading towards Kakadu). It is 20 km from the Arnhem Highway turnoff to the cruise at Corroboree Billabong, the last 4 km is on a well-maintained gravel road. Dogs are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Lat: -12.70538 Lng: 131.636001

User Reviews


User 1999078

What a great trip! Our guide, Sandy was very informative. Gave us great info on all kinds of wildlife and also the many uses of the lotus plant. She knows where all the crocs and birds hang out and she found most of them for us. Thanks for a lovely arvo.



What a great experience, saw lots of crocs and bird life. Totally agree with previous comment about weekend versus weekday cruises. Also great cultural experience with a very informative tour guide, thanks Danni, so informative, loved it.



If you have a choice, apparently Sundays (& I'm assuming Saturdays) are not great days for this tour because all the fishermen scare the crocs away. We saw 3 crocs which is apparently a low amount here but heaps of bird life.


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