- About one third of Australia's bird species are represented in Kakadu National Park
- There are plenty of crocodiles in their natural habitat, and buffalo on the floodplains.
Tour PointsDeparts: 6.45am Cooinda Campground
Returns: Cooinda Campground
Part of South Alligator River floodplain Yellow Water provides an opportunity to see the varied flora and fauna of Kakadu's World Heritage wetlands. A Yellow Water Cruise is the ultimate wilderness experience. They are regarded as Australia's best wildlife boat tours. As canopied boats steer safely through tranquil waters, witness a land barely touched by mankind, where nature is raw, crocodiles rule and a prehistoric landscape is enlivened by sightings of jabirus, sea eagles and whistling kites across the flood plain. Located just a few minutes drive from Cooinda Lodge.
Yellow Water Cruises provides you with a unique opportunity to experience this diverse and sublimely beautiful area and it's associated wildlife. The canopied cruise boats operate year round and are skippered by experienced guides.
- Our newly refurbished fleet of vessels include padded seating, shade cloth, on board toilet facilities and environmentally safe outboard motors.
- Yellow Water Cruises is an Eco accredited tour business.
Cruise departure times and durations:
Departure 6.45 am - 2 Hours cruise with B/fast $99.00 p/p
9.00 am - 2 Hours cruise no B/fast $90.00 p/p
11.30 am - 1.5 Hours cruise no B/fast $72.00 p/p
13.15 am - 1.5 Hours cruise no B/fast $72.00 p/p
14.45 am - 1.5 Hours cruise no B/fast $72.00 p/p
16.30 am - 2 Hours cruise no B/fast $90.00 p/p
19.45 am - 2 Hours cruise no B/fast $90.00 p/p
Breakfast is provided at the Barra Bar and Bistro after your cruise.
Please remember to carry your Kakadu National Park Pass
Cold water is provided on board.