Kakadu National Park

Join our local Bininj (Aboriginal) rangers at the infamous Cahills Crossing and learn about crocodile behaviour from firsthand experience, providing special insights into this powerful and ancient creature.

You’ll be amazed by some local tales and legends. Learn the dos and don’ts of crocodile safety and find out all about the life-cycle of crocodiles, from eggs in the nest through to breeding and later life.

You will also have the opportunity to spot crocs from the best vantage point in the park. The main viewing platform looks directly over Cahills Crossing and gives visitors a great elevated location to safely watch up to 40 crocodiles feeding during the high-tides.

Please meet ranger at the main viewing platform at Cahills Crossing.

Time required: 1 hour

Accessibility: The viewing area is flat and accessible to wheelchairs and strollers.

What to bring:

  • water
  • hat
  • sunscreen
  • insect repellent
  • walking shoes
  • binoculars
  • camera



3-4 pm Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays

Meet at

Cahills Crossing

Time required

1 hour