- 3 hrs 30 min cruise exploring the remote and wondrous wetlands of the Coorong
- A delicious lunch served while cruising downstream from the port of Goolwa
- Beautiful scenery, bird-life, seals, and expert commentary
WHAT TO EXPECT
A delicious lunch is served on board as the tour cruises downstream from the port of Goolwa along the historic wharf and towards the Goolwa Barrage. Travel through the lock chamber, down to sea level, and spot a few lazy fur-seals lounging about. Then meander along the waterways of the Coorong, following the last kilometres of the mighty Murray River to the Murray Mouth and its opening to the Southern Ocean.
Cruise on past the Murray Mouth and into Storm Boy country, passing by the quaint fishing village of the Coorong Shacks before pulling up onto the beach for an optional guided walk through the dunes, Indigenous Midden site, rich cultural interpretation, and bush-tucker trail to the infamous 90-Mile Beach and the roaring Southern Ocean. Learn the 'Coorong Shuffle' and dig for Pipi's on the beach before returning back to the vessel and continuing our cruise past Storm Boy filming sites and towering dunes. Afternoon tea is served on the meandering return journey back to Goolwa.
Beautiful scenery, bird-life, seals, and expert commentary along the way. This 3.5-hour cruise is the perfect way to see the remote and wondrous wetlands of the Coorong.