Adelaide River

Adelaide River is a picturesque river located in the Northern Territory of Australia, about an hour’s drive from Darwin. The river is named after Queen Adelaide, the consort of King William IV of the United Kingdom. Adelaide River is a popular spot for fishing, with barramundi, saratoga, and catfish being some of the most commonly caught species. The river is also known for its wildlife, particularly the saltwater crocodiles that can often be seen basking on the riverbanks or swimming in the water. Visitors can take a crocodile cruise to see these magnificent creatures up close, or explore the river on a kayak or paddleboard. The area surrounding Adelaide River is also steeped in history, with the Adelaide River War Cemetery commemorating the servicemen and women who lost their lives during World War II. Whether you’re interested in nature, history, or adventure, Adelaide River offers something for everyone.

Get in Touch