TASTE the CROC
3 DAYS CROC
The Crocodile Trophy has its home in the heart of tropical north Queensland in Australia and goes for eight days from the jungle in Cairns inland via bush singletracks and on into the unique Outback. Now you can get a "Taste of the Croc" and participate in the final three stages - ride among the international peloton and experience the magnificent finish on the beach!
The event finishes on the breathtakingly beautiful Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas – all that via picturesque towns, the Skybury Coffee Plantation where you will meet your fellow Croc-racers on the eve of your 3-day event on 20th of September. You'll race and stay there for a day and then ride on to Wetherby Cattle Station on the Friday and get to smash it down the infamous Bump Track for the time trial on the final stage, finishing on Four Mile Beach.
Tent Service (3 nights)
$240 (single use)
STAGE 1 (STAGE 6)
STAGE 2 (STAGE 7)
>> Skybury-Wetherby Station
STAGE 3 (STAGE 8)
>> Wetherby Station-Port Douglas
the entry fee includes
during the event from 20th till 23rd of September
from 21st to 23rd of September (6am to 7am)
includes cereals, jam, bread, spreads, cheese, ham, eggs, fresh fruit, tea and coffee.
from 21st to 23rd of September (1pm – 3pm)
includes, bread, ham, cheese, fresh fruits and pasta.
from 20th to 23rd of September (6pm – 7pm)
includes, salads, pasta, rice or potatos, red or white meat or fish and fresh fruits.
Each depot provides energy drinks, muesli bars and fruits.
3 energy bars and 3 energy gels
Crocodile Trophy T-Shirt
luggage, tent and spare wheels during the event
Medical service from 7am until 7pm.
Two doctors and two first-aid attendant will be at the event
A medical tent will be situated at the camp to take care for wounded treatments, injuries, etc.
Emergency service are available at all times. Mobile medical support during the race by 4x4 vehicle or Quads.
Basic service are free of charge, medication for pre-existing illness and ailments will be charged.
Strapping will be charged as well. Riders who require daily strapping are welcome to bring their own consumables.
Emergency number will be pronounced in the tour program.
Riders and supporters must please save this number on their own phones in case of medical emergency
All riders must complete their medical details and get it signed by a medical doctor.
will be open from 7am in the morning until 8pm in the evening.
Unless organised by the participant, shuttle service on the 20th of September from Cairns to Skybury Coffee with pick-up at the Cairns Esplande at 3pm across from the Pacific International Hotel.
From Port Douglas to Cairns on 23rd of September
“Crocodile Trophy” (only for finishers)