Outback Floatplanes

Venture into the Australian bush for an incomparable adventure with Outback Floatplanes, whose mini-fleet of airboats, choppers, and floatplanes ensure guests get a rare, insider peek into this extraordinary part of the world. The journey starts with a seaplane flight from Darwin to the Outback Floatplane pontoon on Sweets Lagoon, once home to a famous crocodile called Sweetheart whose remains now reside in the Darwin Museum. From there, adventurers take an adrenaline-pumping airboat ride (watch for crocs along the way!) through prehistoric lagoons and jungle, an aerial tour via helicopter, and even a swimming in a crocodile cage right in the lagoon—guaranteeing you bragging rights back home.

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