Wildlands Wetlands Safari Cruises

Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours

Wildlands Wetlands Safari Cruises provide guided airboat tours and river cruises at Corroboree Billabong, located only 90 minutes out of Darwin, between April and October each year.

Whether you are gliding across the wetlands on an airboat or cruising on a boat through the waterways lined with lotus flowers and water lilies, this is a part of the Northern Territory that you do not want to miss.

The knowledgeable and passionate guides will provide insight into the abundant wildlife that inhabit the area on each tour.

Facilities

Service Types

Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours Nature and wildlife

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Membership

Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre

Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation COVID Safe

Services

From $60 to $195

The 1.5 hour Safari Cruise is a guided tour on the waterways of Corroboree Billabong.

Cruise through winding waterways with water lilies lining the banks and be on the lookout for saltwater crocodiles, various bird species and other wildlife.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$195

The 45 minute Airboat Safari is a guided airboat tour that will take you across privately owned, seemingly endless floodplains where you can immerse yourself into the scenery.

The wetlands are home to a large number of saltwater crocodiles, various bird species and other wildlife so you’ll get the chance to view them in their own natural environment.

Disabled Access

Carpark

From $40 to $115

The 1 hour Safari Cruise is a guided tour on the waterways of Corroboree Billabong.

Cruise through winding waterways with water lilies lining the banks and be on the lookout for saltwater crocodiles, various bird species and other wildlife.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$230

The 1 hour Airboat Safari is for those wanting a little more time out amongst the wetlands.

This guided airboat tour will take you across privately owned, seemingly endless floodplains where you can immerse yourself into the scenery.

The wetlands are home to a large number of saltwater crocodiles, various bird species and other wildlife so you’ll get the chance to view them in their own natural environment.

Disabled Access

Carpark

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