Whitsunday Crocodile Safari

The Whitsunday Crocodile Safari tour is the perfect way to see crocodiles in their natural environment. The usual attractions of the Whitsundays region do not end at the reef and islands. Local estuaries and wetlands stretch inland from the coast to the Proserpine River,
and are home to crocodiles, many species of native birds, mammals, reptiles and other marine animals.

The Whitsunday Crocodile Safari is a full day tour that incorporates a number of different activities to ensure you see the very best of the "wild Whitsundays".

Included in this Whitsundays tour is a calm-water river cruise along the Proserpine River sighting crocodiles and an array of other wildlife, an open-air wagon tour through wetlands, and an Aussie BBQ lunch with billy tea and damper cooked in the bush. With passenger numbers limited to 31 per vehicle, and a comprehensive, interactive commentary delivered personally by the experienced guides, guests are assured of a quality nature experience!


  • See crocodiles in the wild
  • Enjoy a barbeque in the bush
  • Boat cruise on the Proserpine River


  • Return courtesy transfers from Airlie Beach, Cannonvale and Proserpine hotels
  • Informative and entertaining commentary by guides throughout tour
  • Boat cruise
  • Wetlands tour
  • BBQ lunch
  • Traditional bushman's billy tea & damper


Departs: 8.30am daily from Airlie Beach
Returns: 3.00pm

Additional Info

Children: 1-4 years pre-school rate & 5-17 years school age rate
What to Bring: Binoculars, camera, cash (for souvenirs & cold refreshments), hat, insect repellent, jacket or pullover, sunscreen
Fitness: Tour is suitable for all ages and fitness levels with minimal walking involved
Note: Crocodile spottings are not guaranteed as tour operates in crocodiles natural habitat, not in fauna park or farm. However the safari has enjoyed a very high success rate of crocodile sightings in its many years of operation
Operated By: Whitsunday Crocodile Safari

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