GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE ON ALL CRUISES! THE PERFECT PRESENT

December 14, 2016 0 comments

Have you done all of your Christmas Shopping?
Stuck on a gift idea for someone special?
What to get that person who has everything?
Why not try a Gift Voucher?
Our Gift Vouchers are valid for ALL CRUISES and are valid for 12 months.
We are amazed at how many people have not been a tourist in their own back yard and experienced the Coorong from one of our cruises.
You can purchase directly from our website:
spiritaustralia.rezdy.com/catalog/97487/gift-vouchers
or by phoning our office on 8555 2203 OR 1800 442 203.
Tickets for adults, Aust. seniors, children and family packages are available for purchase as a Gift Voucher, starting as low as $20 per child or $99 for a family!!
* 2 hour Murray Mouth Cruise;
* 3.5 hour Coorong Discovery Cruise; &
* 6 hour Coorong Adventure Cruise.

Even a great gift idea for Kris Kringle or staff presents – gift vouchers available on all cruises, including our 1 day Murray River Cruises: Goolwa to Mannum, Mannum to Blanchetown, Blanchetown to Mannum and Mannum to Goolwa.

YOU CAN’T GO WRONG!!!!
Merry Christmas.
ENJOY!!!

Wishing you a Merry Christmas from all of us at Spirit of the Coorong, Spirit Australia Cruises.

 

 

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TripAdvisor Reviews

5 star ratingNature and Ocean Experience The Spirit of the Coorong Cruise is an excellent way to see the bird life and the diversity of the Coorong area. The crew are knowledgeable and keen to share their beautiful part of the world. For Storm Boy fans it's a must do.

Annona P Avatar Annona P
1/23/2017

5 star ratingA great tourist cruise with Qld friends! We had some friends staying from Queensland and went on the Coorong Discovery Cruise on April 7th. The river and bird life we saw were fantastic. We have lived in Goolwa for 6 years and have been meaning to do this cruise ever since. It was made even more enjoyable with Matt's commentary, which was very knowledgeable and he had a very good voice which made everyone want to listen to what he was saying. Paul did an excellent job of supplying us with a lunch of cold meats, cheese and fruit, which was served up in a sealed container for each of us, followed with tea or coffee. Poor guy had to wash 20 mugs up on about three times during the trip!

They were both happy and obliging and obviously liked what they were doing. We had a 20 min guided walk to a beach on the southern ocean and it was breathtaking!

This is a must for all to see!

Sally113 Avatar Sally113
4/17/2014

5 star ratingWater and sand to spare. My wife and I and two friends from the UK booked on The Spirit of the Coorong cruise for Sunday January 28th. The temperature was 40 Degrees plus, which did make conditions a little difficult, but not unbearably so. The trip through the Goolwa Barrage and then south to the Murray mouth was interesting, with a coolish breeze blowing through the boat. Because of the heat, the guide decided to beach the boat next to the river mouth so we could get ashore and up close and personal to the mouth of Australia's largest river, rather than walk over and through the sand dunes a bit further south. The mouth was a lot smaller than I expected for a river of this size. After an hour or so, we continued south and were served with a delicious cold meat and salad lunch. There was also an entree served of cockles ( pipis ) served in a garlic and white wine sauce for the many seafood lovers on board. I'm not one of them but I was assured by the passengers who did partake that they were exceptional. I recall some who had three serves, so they must have enjoyed them. Special dietary requirements advised at the time of booking were met with no difficulty. There were ample supplies of water and soft drinks at $ 2.00 per can/bottle to accompany the food, and at any other time during the cruise. We reached the southernmost point of the trip at a series of sandhills called Cattle Point, which is about 30 Km. from the Main Wharf at Goolwa from where we started. The options were to go ashore, climb the sandhill (s) and see the old aboriginal campsites, the flora and fauna and the way to find freshwater in the sandhills with sea water a few hundred yards away on either side, or stay on board in the comparative cool. Because of the extreme heat, there were only a few brave souls who attempted this walk. Those who did enjoyed the scenery and history, but struggled with the heat. The guides told us that had there not been a slight breeze, they would not have done the walk because of the weather. We headed back towards Goolwa, with coffee, tea and a magnificent fruit cake for afternoon tea on the way.We had left at 10.am and arrived back at the wharf just after 4.00pm. so we had a very pleasant and enjoyable 6 hours, with two very experienced and interesting guides, a comfortable boat and sightings of thousands of birds ranging from the smallest of the small up to and including the mighty Pelican, with its 2 meter plus wingspan. Overall, a thoroughly enjoyable and informative day but we would have appreciated 10 degrees or so less ambient temperature. We will probably do this trip again in the cooler months.

SimonsdadAdelaide Avatar SimonsdadAdelaide
2/03/2018
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