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This three-hour smooth-water cruise takes you up past the township of Toorbul through the western channel of Little Goat Island and on past the second township of Donnybrook.
This channel is considered to be the channel that Matthew Flinders entered in July 1799. After moving out of the secondary channel into the area locally known as 'the junction', which is approximately one third of the way through the Pumicestone Passage Marine Park.
Next the Ferryman will then cruise either up into Glass Mountain Creek this creek English explorer Mathew Flinders found his way to the end of when he climbed Mt Beerburrum on 26 July 1799 at the age of 25] or on into Tripconey Bight [the oldest registered fish habitat in Queensland] for Devonshire Tea.
This cruise gives passengers a wonderful opportunity to view the Glass House Mountains from the water as well as appreciate the environmental features of the Pumicestone Passage Marine Park.
The Pumicestone Passage Marine Park from the southern entrance to the Caloundra bar is just over 35 kilometres long via the channels and has a surface area of 63 sq kilometres.
The marine park has 24 islands and is bounded by 240 kilometres of shoreline. Fresh scones, homemade strawberry jam, fresh whipped cream and tea/coffee provided.
Bribie Island, Queensland which is located one hour's drive north from Brisbane. Exact meeting point and supplier's details are provided immediately after booking.
The cancellation policy for this activity is as follows:
If you do not attend at the agreed date, time and place you may not be entitled to any refund by the activity supplier.