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Kingfisher Cruise

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Kingfisher Cruises

Hear fascinating commentary from your certified eco guide about the hundreds of species of water birds, animals and native fish that have made the Barmah Wetlands and Forest their home, and about the myths and legends of this very special area.

Hear fascinating commentary from your certified eco guide about the hundreds of species of water birds, animals and native fish that have made the Barmah Wetlands and Forest their home, and about the myths and legends of this very special area.

Located only 30 minutes from Echuca-Moama, your MV Kingfisher cruise can be the highlight of a wonderful day or half a day in the Barmah Forest spent walking, relaxing, swimming, canoeing, picnicking, fishing, horse riding, and activities exploring the forest.

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Tour pricing information (GST included)


AUD21.00 per child aged four to 16 years. AUD37.50 per adult. Based on two hour cruise. Family and group tickets are available.

Valid from - Valid to
01/01/01 - 01/01/01

Price from ($) - Price to ($)
$21.00 - $37.50

Days of operation

Departure details: 01/01/01 - 01/01/01

Tour highlights

Barmah Wetlands

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Nowhere else in the world can you experience such timeless, natural beauty and peace as when you are gliding through the World-Heritage listed Barmah Wetlands aboard the MV Kingfisher.

Kingfisher travels the narrowest section of the Murray River, between Albury and the ocean called the 'Narrows' or the 'Barmah Choke' where the river travels at almost twice the normal speed. Here, the Murray River separates Victoria's Barmah State Forest and Park from Moira, Millewa and Gulpa Forests in New South Wales - combined, the area ranks as the world's largest stand of river red gum. It is a wildlife haven for 236 bird species, 50 mammals, and more than 500 plant species.