The Eyre Peninsula and its city of Port Lincoln is the showcase of South Australia’s water adventures. With pristine, clear waters and gorgeous white sandy beaches, a visit needs to be on everyone’s to do list at least once inRead more
Boat trips offer many experiences, adventures and ways to create everlasting memories.
From bonding with friends and family, to learning new life long skills, there are so many benefits to getting out there on the water.
We live in a world where we are lucky that boat trips are everywhere. Waiting to go exploring and see things from a different perspective. And don’t forget about all those places you can only get to by boat!
We’ll share as many experiences and ways to find you the ideal boat trip so you can start planning your next adventure!
The stunning Mighty Murray River stretches over 375kms in South Australia. Along its majestic limestone cliffs, it provides plenty of opportunity for boat trips, River Murray cruises, boat hire, houseboat hire, water sports and adventures. There really is something for everyoneRead more
The Fleurieu Peninsula is the totally chilled out part of South Australia. In fact, we reckon it’s the most chilled out part of the whole of Australia! But it’s also got its adventurous side! With boat trips, ocean tours, riverRead more
Why Port Fairy? Port Fairy could easily be one of the world’s most liveable towns. It’s pretty. It’s got character. It’s got charm. And it’s got lots of things to do. Tucked away at the end of the Great OceanRead more
Why Port Adelaide? Port Adelaide, South Australia may not be your typical coastal destination, but with its deep maritime history, it is the perfect place to spend a day on or by the water. As the historical nautical heart ofRead more
Sydney Harbour has some of the best views seen from the water. A visit isn’t complete without seeing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, stunning Sydney Opera House, city skyline and its surrounding areas from a different angle, that you just can’tRead more
South Australia’s ‘Yelta’ Review May 2017 As part of South Australia’s History Week that runs throughout during April and May each year, we took a trip out on the historical ‘Yelta’ which is South Australia’s last working steam tug. Moored at PortRead more
Oz Whale Watching Review June 2018 This has been on our bucket list for a while. We couldn’t resist the Whale Watching Cruise with Meal cruise Groupon Deal with Oz Whale Watching whilst in Sydney for the weekend. The deal hadRead more