Join NQ Watersports on their exciting croc spotting jet-ski tour on the Cairns waterways!
Drive one of our jet-skis on an exciting 60-minute guided tour around Admiralty Island. You’ll get to explore the mangroves and see some saltwater crocodiles. Discover the sights of Cairns Trinity Inlet, the muddy river banks, and the stunning tropical rainforest.
On this jet-ski tour, you’ll have the chance to get up close to the Cairns’ wildlife. Observe ibis, egrets, sea eagles, and other birds, in their natural habitat. You’ll also get the opportunity to witness the behaviour of wild crocodiles.
You’ll then get to cruise over to Two Mouth Creek, where you’ll ride into the salty shallows. The tour will continue towards Wrights Creek, where you will get to see more crocodiles, before the final stop around Blackfellow Creek.
This is an exciting way to explore the local waters of Cairns and challenge yourself to a new adventure. Book now!
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