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South Alligator River Mouth Tide Times and Heights:
To change South Alligator River Mouth tides between metres and feet click the 'height' link on the top right of the graph. WillyWeather will remember the selection for next time you visit. You may navigate to different dates with the left and right arrows, or by using the 'jump to date' button on the bottom right of the tide chart. To find the closest tide locations to South Alligator River Mouth, see the 'closest locations' link and the map in the sidebar to the right.
Tide times data has been adjusted for daylight saving where and when applicable. WillyWeather interpolates its tide times for many locations by converting the tide forecasts provided by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology for standard ports, and data from the Australian National Tide Tables. The tide times on the South Alligator River Mouth tides page have been adjusted by 157 mins for low tide and 157 mins for high tide to the official tide times for Darwin. Tide height data is for Darwin, no adjustment has been made.
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South Alligator River Mouth tide forecast issued at: 2:21pm /
Next forecast around: 2:21pm
All tide times have been adjusted for daylight saving where and when applicable
Note: See the information button on the top graph for instructions on how to use our graphs, and more information on the sources for South Alligator River Mouth tide data.
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Tide Clock Accuracy
The online tide clock displays the current tide for South Alligator River Mouth as supplied by the Bureau of Meteorology using methods of interpolation and offsets provided by the Australian National Tide Tables. Actual tide clocks such as those available through the store on this website are not accurate enough for scientific purposes as they do not take into account the gravitational effects of the sun, or changes in atmospheric pressure which may alter the state of the tides. Please note that in some areas, the gravitational effects of the sun are similar in magnitude to that of the moon.