We went on the Lunch cruise and although the food and service was good, the Captain talked too much about things that weren't really relevant. Who wants to know that David Boons lived at Mowbray, a suburb you can't see from the boat ? I think he underestimated the interest in the crowd as the people I spoke to really... 更多
I went on the Cataract Cruise which went for 50mins. The commentary from Ross was informative and it was a nice, short cruise suitable for families. Unfortunately the weather wasn't so nice so the plastic windows were left closed but this suited me with two small children as it made the whole boat safe for them to wander. I also... 更多
We opted for the 50 minute tour as it was a rainy day and we were fed up walking around. We are so glad we did, we had a lovely time. Our skipper was full of knowledge and was such a friendly man. The scenery of the cliff faces of the gorge is stunning and it encouraged us to visit... 更多
We decided to take the 1 hour cruise to take a peek around, even though it was raining for most of the duration, it was fun and very informative. Take your camera and grab some great pics on this tour. Our guide was knowledgeable and friendly. If you do happen to experience inclement weather, fear not, the boats are well... 更多
Cruised the Tamar River out of Launceston for two and a half hours. Was really enjoyable and informative. The muffins and coffee were great and we were also treated to a nice little wine tasting of some of the Tamar River wineries produce. The cruise took us down the river and then back up to Cataract Gorge. Lots of history... 更多
We were lucky enough to get off our plane and quickly drive to the cruise and make it for the lunch cruise. We sat back had a delicious and very filling lunch while sipping on local wines. Couldn't have asked for a better way to start our holiday in Launceston.