From the accom. House site - ( I somewhat cherry picked the page ) -" The fact is no crocodiles go near our beach – for many reasons and considering we have not had any sightings for over 40 years we can say our beach is “croc free!”
"Now in November 2006 there was an attack in Cape Tribulation – but before you start to worry, let us look at this in detail."
"When the injured Belgian finally made his way in to the pharmacy it became clear that the bite was not all that serious, though the whole ambulance and police circus still made their way up to Cape Tribulation, a 1.5 hour trip from the nearest town Mossman."
"Cape Tribulation locals were annoyed with the stupid behavior."
Reference to "circus" for the Emergency Service personnel responding is pretty low brow IMO and doesn't do them any credit.
Put this shortcut - http://www.capetribbeach.com.au/cape-tribulation-beach-house-truth-crocodile-attacks/
Into this cache site - http://cachedview.com/
Do a google search where indicated to get to the original page taken down now, but visible here -
Thanks to the poster who mentioned the cachesite
Unless there is a demonstrated nexus between the Accom. page and the deceased's actions they probably wouldn't be civilly liable CF, but who knows what will come of this.
BG - much more "direct evidence" if the animal is trapped, shot, removed to Lab. and PM to find remains...better for the Inquest than trying to flush the croc. insitu or in the area I'm guessing.