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Great family run operation. We saw between 8-10 crocodiles all up and they all jumped for us. The star of the show was Brutus. All 5.4m of him. I am certainly glad that he only lifted his front out of the water. He is a huge beast. While he was talking to us a smaller one came along and was shown in no uncertain manner that he was not welcome. Brutus chased him across the river and both went down and only Brutus came back up. This was probably a quite rare sighting. Excellent commentary from first hand knowledge. If you want to see real croc's, this is the one. Highly recommend!

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The cruise did not only include jumping crocodile but also eagle feeding! You get to see them up close as they fly just by the boat, incredible! We got to see a sea eagle, regular eagles, a jumping croc and a jumping baby croc too! Jess and Mark(?) were passionate you could see they love their jobs and that is awesome to see. Totally recommend this tour!!!

Great tour, lots of knowledge, got to witness the jumping crocs at their finest!! Highly recommend doing it, quite a thrill as to how close they get...Tha is again for the flattery Casanova 😉 Cheers TJ and I hope I'm correct...Benji for the awesome tour 😉

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Myself and 2 friends are so glad we came to visit this tour - we had an unforgettable time! We came on the 1PM cruise and saw 3 different crocs up super close.. their names were Casanova, Pearl and Ziggy! You come so close to them and can take some brilliant photos/videos whilst in a safe environment. And as a bonus we were very lucky and got to feed some large birds of prey too. A massive thank you to the girls who looked after us on our tour - our skipper Aleena and our croc feeder Jess - both girls were super enthusiastic and passionate about their work. Thank you both for answering all our questions and being so informative and happy! I would highly recommend this for anybody who is visiting Darwin.

This tour was fantastic. Thank Alex and Chelsea was very informative about Crocodiles and the wild life that lives on the Adelaide River. Great to be able to see the crocodiles up close and jumping. Went with another company to this but well worthwhile.

I was really impressed with the team. Visiting from Melbourne, I did a half day tour with another company that included a visit here. They really got the crocs moving!. Stumpy the croc was impressive! The team are alot of fun and made it a great day out..... Highly recommend

Thanks for your positive comments ...Our crew are very passionate about their work with wildlife.

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Adelaide River's giant showdown: Dominator vs. Brutus - A battle of crocodile titans!

Adelaide River's giant showdown: Dominator vs. Brutus - A battle of crocodile titans!

Australia's saltwater crocodile populations are on the rise, and one of the most densely populated regions in the country is the Adelaide River, located in the Northern Territory where we operate our cruises. Within this region, resides Dominator, an enormous crocodile measuring over 6 metres in length and weighing over a metric ton. Reputedly the second-largest crocodile ever documented, Dominator dwells in the murky depths of the Adelaide River and never fails to captivate our visitors with its impressive displays. While this colossal reptile is undoubtedly awe-inspiring, it is not the sole inhabitant of the area. Dominator's rival, Brutus, is slightly smaller but equally formidable. The competition for dominance between these two creatures is evident in their interactions. They harbour a mutual dislike, often leading to Dominator sneaking up on Brutus and vigorously chomping on his tail, causing Brutus to thrash about desperately in the water, fighting for survival.

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Adelaide River crocodile guide Harry Bowman says farewell after 30 years

A man leans from a river boat to touch a giant crocodile leaping out for meat.

Harry Bowman has been the face of the Top End's crocodile cruises for more than 30 years, but the time has come for him to say farewell to his "business partner" — Brutus the giant saltwater croc.

A legend of the Adelaide River, Mr Bowman reckons he would not be in business at all without his world-famous, five-metre mate.

Now nearing his 70s and looking forward to retirement, Mr Bowman started his tourism career trekking through the uncharted paths of Kakadu National Park and can look back at an "incredibly fulfilling career".

"I would have to sit down for a few hours to come back with a list of my favourite experiences," he said.

"I've always loved my thong-tan along my toes.

"I have always said those are my work boots — I have been very lucky to rock into work in a t-shirt with a huge smile every day,

"From Kakadu down to the banks of the Adelaide River, I have met so many wonderful people from around the world.

Mr Bowman said he wanted to "enjoy the next few years".

"I have always said to myself 'don't leave it too bloody late'."

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A business partner named Brutus

Mr Bowman said he had relied on one colleague appearing alongside his tinny as often as possible — Brutus the saltie.

"I have come to know Brutus for the past 25 years," Mr Bowman said.

"He would be as big as a trooper van now and he has lost most of his teeth."

Mr Bowman said Brutus used to be a more healthy specimen a few years back but at one stage turned up "with a leg missing".

"Doesn't stop him. He knocks off a pig here and there and he would be around 90. Who knows he might even outlive me!"

A large crocodile leaps from a river to grab a piece of mate hung by a boat operator

Mr Bowman said learning to understand the crocodiles that inhabit the Adelaide river took time.

He said it was about building trust.

"When we first received our government permit to feed crocodiles, it took us weeks to lure them close enough to the boat.

"Believe it or not crocs can be pretty shy creatures," he said.

"They spent about five weeks sussing us out and eventually came closer to grab at the bits of meat.

"A little while later they get to know and trust you. Now I give a few of them a scratch on the back of the head with a stick."

Mr Bowman said there had only been a few incidents where he has had to get up-close and personal.

"A few years ago old Brutus had a vine wound around his guts and down his throat.

"He came up to the boat jumped up and as I gave him a scratch I noticed he was looking really crook.

"He's my business partner so I can't let him die with this vine down his throat.

"While he was up against the boat I shoved a small hook down to grab it out and pulled about two metres of vine out of his jaws.

"My tour was pretty grossed out to say the least, but I had to look after him and help him out. I couldn't do this gig without Brutus."

Tragedy on the riverbanks

Baby crocodile sunning on a rock.

Despite his admiration for Brutus and the rest of the river family, Mr Bowman said he witnessed one event which reminded him that crocodiles are dangerous predators.

"I was coming back from a day trip and I looked under the bridge over the river.

"There was a young bloke wading in the water with a fishing rod," he said.

"I kick myself for not being a little more firm with this fella, but I told him to be careful and keep an eye out for crocs — especially one the locals nicknamed Michael Jackson.

"Only a few hours later that bloke was taken by Michael, and his wife watched the whole thing happen. I can still hear her screaming, it was horrific."

Mr Bowman said he still felt some guilt for not coaxing the fisherman away from the riverbank.

Man holding large crocodile skull.

"Two lives were lost that day because after the bloke was taken the cops came down and shot poor Michael Jackson," he said.

"These creatures are apex predators, you can't be too careful around them and there are no second chances with a croc."

Although Mr Bowman has passed his company down to his son and plans to travel around Australia during his first year of retirement, he said he would not be giving up on crocs completely.

"We have quite a lot of croc memorabilia around the house, a few framed photos, some skulls and teeth. the grandkids love it," he said.

"I won't be saying goodbye to Brutus completely, I will still visit and join in on the tours occasionally and head down to say hello."

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Contrived spectacle or Attenborough adventure? Jennifer Pinkerton braves infested waters on a jumping crocodile cruise

“Tell me you’re not,” snorts my mate Graham, a  Northern Territory  resident of five years who I’ve just told that I’m planning on going on  the famous jumping crocodile cruise .

“It’s a bloody circus, Jen.” He adjusts his glasses, shakes his head and scans the crowd at  Darwin ’s Roma Bar cafe.

“Are you… checking to see who heard me say that?” I ask indignantly. What’s so bad about a little tourist activity in my newly adopted hometown?

“Croc jumping is a ride. And you can only do it in the Northern Territory,” my boss Alice had urged the previous month. She’d drawn me a map of the Darwin- Kakadu  loop, marking ‘must-dos’ with an insistent, scrawled star.

First  unmissable item to do in Darwin : is this jumping croc cruise, in the Adelaide River catchment – home to one of the world’s highest concentrations of saltwater crocodiles. Yup, the casually humungous kind.

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Off to see crocodiles along Adelaide River. (Image: Jumping Crocodile Cruises)

First impressions of a croc cruise

Mentally torn between enthusiasm and disdain at today’s distinctly touristy activity, I arrive at croc central on a Sunday afternoon in dry, 30-degree heat.

A painted sign for the jumping croc cruise sits propped between two orange plastic chairs, pointing to parking. Two tourists with tanned arms whisper in the shade.

“You’re on a small boat today; there’s only 10 of you. And you’ve come at the best time. The tide’s low so there’ll be crocs baking on the river beds,” says my friendly South African host, running an old-fashioned manual slide over my credit card.

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A perfect 10 ‘croc’ jump on the Adelaide River.

She’s a modern-day Linda Kozlowski I decide, waiting to catch sight of her Mick Dundee. Instead, I spot the ‘penthouse’, a two-storey staff hut. The thing looks like it’d blow over in a gentle breeze.

Time to see those crocodiles up close

There’s a small jetty visible through the shrubs and I wander out for a view of the river.

I see one! A croc! Its marble eyes and long snout lift out of the khaki water. It’s looking STRAIGHT AT ME.

I holler for my travel companion to check-this-the-frig-out.

“Oi, you guys, step away from there, please. That’s meant to be cordoned off.” Dundee’s got a gap-toothed smile, tufts of curly red hair, and, disappointingly, the name ‘Morgan’ stitched on his shirt. “Ready to croc n’ roll?” says Kozlowski, without a hint of irony.

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Taking my seat up front for the ​​jumping crocodile cruise, mild panic strikes. The boat’s a little sunken and passengers sit at water level. The only thing separating us from the currents is a two-centimetre-thick metal grill.

We amble around the first bend and spy a croc on the bank. The boat putts out into the open river. In waves, flocks of birds make an exodus from the trees. Fellow cruisers coo. This is a pretty spot.

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The monster from the deep ready to devour its meal. (Image: Jumping Crocodile Cruises)

Morgan rams the boats in a messy nook of branches. We pause. “Here she comes. She’s a monster.” He hooks a palm-sized cut of meat onto a pole and dangles it over the edge.

She slides towards us at full speed, snaps at the teasing hook, then lunges from the water – half her body in the air. A flurry of broken, yellowed teeth and dead, glazed eyes swipe past the grill. The croc is close enough to touch – should you be partial to losing a limb.

I won’t lie. I shriek like a baby.

“Are they fighting? Is there a second one?” I’m semi-hysterical, pointing at a tail slapping five metres from the mouth.

“It’s the same one. She’s almost six metres. Don’t lean out of the boat, people!” says Morgan, eyeing a French backpacker zoning out behind her Raybans.

A child buries his face in his father’s legs. Ho-ly crap.

Six crocs later, our boat drifts to a stop. The crocodile jumping is over for now.

“You haven’t got a spare pair of undies, do ya?” asks the man with tanned arms. I grin.

That was thrilling, freaky fun. I make a mental note to chastise cynical Graham. Circus? Mate. This is a jungle.

Reviews of the jumping crocodile cruise

Jennifer Pinkerton, who paid her own way and visited anonymously, says:

“ I’d gazed longingly at the ‘turn left for crocodile cruise’ sign many times before taking the plunge, fearing something kitsch and touristy. Surprisingly, it was intimate and had an unexpected danger factor. Far better than seeing crocs in the zoo .” – Jennifer Pinkerton, Australian Traveller

“ What a shockadile! Brutus, 17-foot monster, rises from the Adelaide River near Darwin, Australia, to snack on a hunk of buffalo meat as fearless tourists look on .”– New York Post

Jumping crocodile cruise tour details

About the jumping crocodile cruises.

The jumping crocodile cruises have been running now for over 30 years. They run through saltwater crocodile territory on the Adelaide River. The tours aren’t just for spotting crocodiles though: there are lots of other wildlife to see in this environment.

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Look at those huge teeth. (Image: Crocosaurus Cove)

Where are the jumping crocodile cruises?

An hour’s drive or 70km from Darwin CBD, off the Arnhem Hwy.

How much are the jumping crocodile cruises?

$50 for a one-hour cruise. Runs four times daily.

Best time to go

The tours run several times daily from mid-May until November. To avoid the crowds and join a smaller boat, choose a 9 am or 3 pm cruise.

Is a jumping crocodile cruise safe?

The tours take place in an undercover boat, manned by crew members who ensure the safety of both passengers and the animals.

Jumping Crocodile Cruise boat on Adelaide River

The Jumping Crocodile Cruise boat is comfortable, safe, and spacious.

Who is a jumping crocodile cruise best for?

The boat itself is suitable for a range of fitness and mobility levels and is catered for passengers of all ages.

What is the best contact for the jumping crocodile cruises?

08 8983 3224 or  [email protected]

Where can I see more crocodiles around Darwin?

There are plenty of crocodiles in the region, but probably one of the most famous and family-friendly is  Crocsaurus Cove: you can check out our review of it here .

Kate Bettes is a freelance travel writer. Whether having a picnic in Vietnamese jungle with new friends, or partying in the back of a limousine in Hollywood, Kate’s experiences have left her with the sneaking suspicion that the best travel memories happen when you least expect. It’s this feeling - and how to get it - that she loves to write about.


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