Kakadu National Park

Wednesday, 1.00–2.00 pm — Bowali Visitor Centre theatre

Saltwater crocodiles are the world’s largest reptiles and Australia’s largest salt and freshwater predator.

Kakadu is crocodile country. There are about 10,000 crocodiles in Kakadu – and that doesn’t include hatchlings! They use stillness and camouflage to hide, and underwater stealth and lightning reflexes to catch their prey.

Feel the weight of a four-metre crocodile skull but don’t prick your fingers on its razor sharp teeth!

Join Kakadu park rangers while they tell you about the life of crocodiles, crocodile behaviour, some local legends, croc safety and croc history in Kakadu.


Certain activities may be cancelled without prior notice, for cultural reasons or due to conditions beyond our control.

Please contact Bowali Visitor Centre on 08 8938 1120 for more information.


Wednesday, 1.00–2.00 pm

Meet at

Bowali Visitor Centre theatre

Time required

1 hour