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Crab Claw Island Cruise and Seafood Buffet


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Crab Claw Island Cruise and Seafood Buffet

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Enjoy a relaxing cruise from Darwin to Crab Claw Island Resort for a delicious seafood buffet.

Cruise from Darwin around the Cox Peninsula and into Bynoe Harbour, disembarking right on the beach at the remote Crab Claw Island Resort where you’ll indulge in a delicious all-Australian seafood buffet.

Feast on locally caught barramundi, threadfin salmon and prawns, SA oysters, Black Angus porterhouse steak, fresh salads and dessert; all while taking in the stunning harbour views and enjoying a drink or two with friends.

Spend the afternoon relaxing in the bar, floating in the resort pools or exploring further afield through the wildlife sanctuary before cruising back to Cullen Bay.


  • Return cruise from Cullen Bay to Crab Claw Island
  • Seafood buffet
  • Drinks available for purchase at Crab Claw Island Resort

Tour Details

    • Relaxing Darwin day tour and Crab Claw Island cruise
    • Generous Seafood buffet
    • Large selection of beer, wine, spirits and non-alcoholic beverages available to purchase at Crab Claw Island
    • Full use of the Crab Claw Island Resort pools and amenities
    • Spectacular harbour views
  • Passenger typePrice
    Child (5-14 yrs inclusive)$85
  • Dates
    Saturday 1st June - not available
    Saturday 15th June - sold out
    Saturday 20th July
    Saturday 17th August
    Saturday 31st August

  • Departure time: Departs Cullen Bay at 10:30am

    Check-in: arrive 10 minutes prior to departure time

    Location: Cullen Bay Ferry Terminal

  • Please note that alcohol is not available on board the vessel but is available for purchase at Crab Claw Island Resort. BYO is not permitted.

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