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Sit back, relax and enjoy a delightful cruise down the Tweed River on the charming Golden Swan. Learn about the history of the region, enjoy a scrumptious morning tea, feed local birds of prey like eagles and kytes and indulge in a sumptuous picnic box lunch filled with fresh local goodies.
Kick start the first half of the day gently cruising down the beautiful Tweed River onboard the Golden Swan. Oozing vintage charm, the Golden Swan was built in 1972 and is the perfect vessel to explore the region and get up close to lush rainforest and an abundance of wildlife. Immerse yourself in this natural paradise as you enjoy a local grown tea and roasted coffee served with morning tea, and listen to informative commentary about the region's history. At Stott's Island, head to the top of the 360 degree viewing platform and feed local birds of prey including eagles and kytes. During the cruise, you will indulge in a sumptuous picnic box lunch filled with local bites like prawns, cheeses, bread and quiche. Watch out for the resident dolphins Kingy and Herbie as you glide through small bespoke villages, sugar cane fields and sub-tropical rainforest. A licensed bar is onboard stocked with local spirits, beers and ciders.
This experience is part of the Responsible range because they are ECO certified by Ecotourism Australia.
Cruises do not operate on publich holidays. A minimum 15 people are required for this cruise to operate.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
A minimum 15 passengers are required to operate this tour.
Casual clothing and comfortable footwear is recommended.
This experience takes place in Tweed Heads, NSW.