Enjoy the scenic beauty of the Coorong with this cruising tour. Visit the location of Aussie film Storm Boy and marvel at this series of saltwater lagoons, beaches and sand dunes. Get out and stretch your legs on beach walks that will teach you about the Aboriginal people of this protected area.
An iconic place of great Aboriginal significance, the Coorong is simply gorgeous. This tour allows you to cruise into the peaceful saltwater lagoons and explore the beaches the area is known for. A sanctuary for all sorts of native birds and pelicans, of course - it's the setting of the popular Australian film Storm Boy. This bountiful ecosystem provides excellent photo opportunities and bird watching.
The cruise traverses Hindmarsh Island and journeys to Coorong National Park and the Murray Mouth region. The cruising vessel is shallow draft which allows you to venture into locks such as the Tawitchere, a spot that most boats can't access. The guided walks allow you to get out and explore, during the walks you will learn about the Indigenous people of this land and bush tucker found in the area.
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