In February 2018, Spirit Australia Cruises are running our 1 & 2 Murray River Day Cruises, so you can experience one of the world’s greatest river journeys with a cruise on the Murray River.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION for CRUISES on 22nd & 23rd April:
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.
PARKING will be EFFECTED.
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.
NEW!!! Spirit Australia Cruises introduces new 1 & 2 Murray River Day Cruises, so you can experience one of the world’s greatest river journeys with a cruise on the Murray River.
We’re a FINALIST in the 2016 South Australian Tourism Awards!
Can’t wait to find out if all the hard work of our wonderful team of staff has paid off and find out the RESULTS!!!
Wish us luck!
Congratulations Spirit Australia Cruises.
“This is a really great achievement and you should be extremely proud of the hard work you have put in to make it this far,” message from SA Tourism Industry Council.
Depart Goolwa by coach at 8.30am,
Cruise on our boat “Spirit of the Murray”, 142 kms from Mannum to Goolwa.
Spectacular scenery, cruise under several bridges, pass by Tailem Bend & Wellington, cruise across Lake Alexandrina.
Arrive at Goolwa Main Wharf at approximately 5.00pm.
$160 per person
Price includes: coach to Mannum, expert commentary, lunch, morning & afternoon tea, one way (142km) Murray River Cruise.
Mannum to Goolwa
Thank you Greg Clarke for your great article that appeared in The Age, Melbourne on Friday 1st July 2016.