Make your own way to the Mandurah Cruises booking office to meet your guide and board your Murray River cruise. Then, set sail along Australia’s longest river and admire the scenery as you navigate the Port Mandurah canals, glide around Peel Inlet, and cruise around the Creery Wetlands. Along the way, look out for native wildlife, including bottlenose dolphins, blue swimmer crabs, and a huge variety of birds. Depending on the day, tuck into either a delicious cold buffet lunch served on-board (Wednesdays only), or stop for a 2-course lunch at a riverside tavern (Saturdays only), gazing out along the Murray. With your appetite sated and your camera full of spectacular photos, head back to Mandurah where your tour ends.
This relaxing half-day cruise is your chance to sit back and take in the natural beauty of the region. Aboard our Murray River Lunch Cruise, you will: Start the morning cruising through the beautiful Mandjar Bay. Cruise past wetlands abounding with birdlife. Witness our famous Bottlenose dolphins as they surf and play in the wake of the boat. Enjoy a delicious lunch on board as you cruise the serene river. Take in stunning scenery, quaint homes and an array of flora and fauna on the river, cruising as far as the Murray River Bridge. Stop at the Coopers Mill heritage island site (pending weather & jetty access), where afternoon tea will be served and you are welcome to wander or follow our tour guide to learn more about the mill. The Murray River is the longest permanent river in the Jarrah Forest and one of the few major rivers that remains undammed. Popular with canoeists, kayakers, fishermen and nature-lovers, it is one of the Shire of Murray’s most picturesque attractions