If you have any enquiries that are not addressed in the FAQs below please contact us for more information.
We are long term locals who have a passion to show you our backyard and we promise to offer you quality tours in complete safety. Many companies will dazzle you with tempting cheap offers, but we want you to enjoy a quality professional experience.
Generally we operate during our cooler Dry Season which is between April and October.
We often get asked what part of the day or which month is the best time to travel. Naturally this depends on what your schedule is, but our personal suggestion is anytime during the Dry Season, which is between April and October. Our custom-built cruise boats have a canopy to provide shade, but we also recommend you bring your own hat and sunscreen.
No we don’t provide transport and you would need to make your own way out to us.
Alternatively you can book through one of the following operators who have partnered with us and include transport options:
Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours offer a Wetland Discovery Tour that includes a 1 hour cruise, return bus transfer from Darwin and 2 hour Aboriginal cultural tour with lunch. For more information visit their website at www.pudakul.com.au.
Adelaide River Transfers offer a Full Day Airboat Adventure Safari (includes a 1 hour Airboat Safari) plus a Full Day River Boat Safari (includes a 1 hour Safari Cruise), return bus transfer from Darwin, morning tea, hidden rice rock carvings and a 1 hour Pathfinder Jumping Crocodile Cruise. For more information visit their website at www.adelaiderivertransfers.com.
Nautilus Aviation offer a Mary River Wetlands Discovery tour that includes a 45 minute Airboat Safari, a 1.5 hour Safari Cruise with lunch and a return helicopter flight from Darwin. For more information visit their website at www.nautilusaviation.com.au.
Airborne Solutions offer a Wetlands Wilderness Experience that includes a 45 minute Airboat Safari and a return helicopter flight from Darwin. For more information visit their website at www.airbornesolutions.com.au.
No, the road to Corroboree Billabong is now sealed most of the way with only the last 4km being unsealed road that is very well maintained. This means that all types of vehicles can now travel easily to our base.
Yes there are public toilets located in the car park area.
Yes we provide a 600ml complimentary bottle of chilled drinking water per person with all of our tours and of course we also carry extra water on board each vessel.
Infants are more than welcome on our Safari boats however due to the requirement for ear protection on the Airboats the minimum age allowed is 4.
We welcome groups of all sizes so please contact us to help you put together a booking.