IMPORTANT INFORMATION: For cruises on 22nd & 23rd APRIL 2017

April 20, 2017 0 comments


We wish to advise that this weekend: Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd April 2017, the “South Australian Wooden Boat Festival” is taking place @ the Goolwa Wharf Precinct.

Please allow at least an extra 30 mins for this when planning your arrival time for the Cruise.


A document outlining options on free parking and distances from the Cruise Departure Point & Parking Locations will be attached to Booking Confirmation Email. Should any passengers have difficulty in walking the distance between parking and our office & require a “drop off” location, please contact us to arrange.

Please “Check In” at our Main Wharf, Goolwa Office, 30 mins prior to departure time.

Boarding will commence approximately 15 minutes prior to departure time.


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TripAdvisor Reviews

5 star ratingInformative and enjoyable Great two hour cruise from Goolwa Wharf to the Murray Mouth and back. Captain and crew were professional, knowledgeable and friendly.

Karen M Avatar Karen M

5 star ratingAdelaide photo group boat trip into the Coorong Meet at the wharf. The boat departed just before 10.00am good commentary along the way. went through the barrage 30 mins later. Plenty of birdlife and seals. Plenty to see even if you do not want to take photos.You have the opportunity to get off for a short walk across to the ocean at the first stop. Upon your return to the boat you can sample local cockles or pippies as anon tray to lunch. Lunch served during the next 45 mins as you cruise past the mouth of the Murray to an other landing spot for another walk. Very comprehensive tour you do not miss anything very good value for money 6hours went quickly. all on board had a very interesting trip.

dccowles1977 Avatar dccowles1977

5 star ratingFabulous Day We started at the Goolwa Wharf, boat had excellent viewing from inside or up on top in the open air. So much wildlife along the way was really impressed, the tour guides were so informative.Went through the lock, which was interesting, then on to the Murray Mouth, and up to Cattle Point, was definitely worth doing the 6 hour trip. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea all provided and was fabulous. We went on two walks which were great, tour guides had so much knowledge of the history which was very interesting. They had everything so well organised. Definitely recommend doing.

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