Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures is simply the best place to see crocodiles and local wildlife in the North. With over 2100 metres of timber boardwalks and pathways leading you on a journey of discovery through woodlands and rainforest where you can see an array of wildlife, including beautiful tropical birds, wallabies, reptiles, insects and other native fauna.
Enjoy their entertaining and educational wildlife presentations including, snakes, quolls, cassowaries, koalas and crocodiles.
Take a boat cruise on Hartley’s Lagoon to see crocodiles and other wildlife inhabiting the beautiful melaleuca wetland.
The Gondwana Gateway is an innovative addition to this award winning attraction, where you can learn about the evolution of Australia’s iconic wildlife in a beautiful forest setting surrounded by the living descendants of Australia’s ancient past. Learn about sustainable use and conservation on their crocodile farm tour.
Boat Cruise: 9am,10.30am,1pm, 2.30pm, 4pm (seats allocated on arrival).
Cassowary feeding: 9.30am, 4.15pm.
Crocodile feeding: 11am.
Crocodile and python photos: 11.30am – 4pm.
Crocodile Farm Tour: 10am, 1.30pm.
Snake show: 2pm.
Croc Attack Show: 3pm.
Wallaby and Quoll feeding: 3.45pm.
Koala feeding: 4.30pm.
Photo credit: Tourism Tropical North Queensland
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Is this the best place to see crocodiles and local wildlife in Tropical North Queensland. With over 2100 metres of timber boardwalks and pathways leading you on a journey of discovery through woodlands and rainforest where you can see an array of wildlife, including beautiful tropical birds, reptiles, insects and other native fauna.
The lagoon cruise gives visitors a unique opportunity to appreciate the capabilities of crocodiles. Nowhere else is it possible for visitors to obtain such an intimate insight into the biology and behaviour of crocodiles. Nineteen crocs ranging in size from 2.5m to 5m cruise the waters, laze on the bank or build their nests, interacting with each other just as they would in the wild as well as keeping all the other residents of the lagoon on their toes!
YOU WILL FIND…
- Most of the park is accessible and reasonably level with a combination of boardwalks, sealed paths and compacted pathways. Some paths are moderately steep and are indicated as such. Assistance may be required.
- The boat tour can accommodate one small wheelchair at a time.
- A wheelchair is available at reception.
- Accessible toilets are located at the McAlister Education centre and at Lilies restaurant
- Accessible parking
- Fact sheets available which summarise the information delivered in the presentations.
- Visitors who are assisted by guide dogs should call ahead to make arrangements
- Visitors with other special needs should contact Hartley’s before arrival to try and accommodate specific requirements
- Baby change rooms
- Strollers can be hired.