Cruises from Cobourg Peninsula
The Cobourg Peninsula is located 190 km (direct line) NE of Darwin in the Northern Territory, Australia. It is a major Arnhem Land tourist attraction as the entire wilderness of this remote peninsula forms the Garig Gunak Barlu National Park, which also includes the surrounding small islands and sea. It is known for its pristine wilderness, and the turquoise water in which visitors are likely to see dolphins and turtles. Renowned for great fishing, protected marine life including dolphins, crocodiles and dugongs that can also be seen in the area.
Home to the world's largest herd of pure strain banteng - an ox introduced from SE Asia.