Adelaide River Information
Adelaide River in the Northern Territory is a typical river in the NT well known for its abundance of saltwater crocodiles and wildlife. If you have ever watched the movie Crocodile Dundee then Adelaide River would sum up the local wildlife and the surrounding area. In fact Charlie the water buffalo also featured in the famous movie can be found stuffed in life size at the local Adelaide River Inn.
Donít let the scary wildlife disturb or scare you however. Adelaide River is a must visit destination for any traveller in particular from those abroad who want to experience the outback Australia. A safe guided tour is provided by Jumping Crocodile Cruise that is a fantastic and a great way to see wildlife from a safe boat and will guarantee to live leave memories that will last a lifetime.
Locals and interstate travellers on holiday should also make the executive decision to stop in the area. Adelaide River is the home to the great Adelaide River War Cemetery and a great piece of Australian history indeed. The war cemetery is the home base for those poor souls who died fighting for the great country of Australia that we all now take for granted. If you are Australian and travelling through show your respects with a visit to the cemetery.
For a great place to see in Adelaide River donít miss the Grove Hill Heritage Museum located in the centre of town in the Grove Hill Hotel. Situated on the Stuart Highway the museum offers the history of how people constructed the township using recycled materials.
The Adelaide Railway Station or formerly known as the old Railway Station is another hot spot to visit. Featuring in good condition the Adelaide River sign in the railway station has much history to discover and if you ask locals they will be happy to share their story of its history.
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