Airlie Beach (and vicinity), Queensland, Australia Airlie Beach
Thu, Sep 3 - Thu, Sep 17 Sep 3 - Sep 17


  • Relaxing cruise & crocodile spotting on the Proserpine River

  • Tractor-drawn wagon-train ride through green wetlands

  • Traditional billy tea & freshly cooked damper

  • Australian barbeque lunch at natural campsite

  • Bird & other native species spotting

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8:30 AM Tour

Duration 7h Free cancellation
$91.34 per adult
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Total: $91.34Taxes Included

It only takes 2 minutes

*Taxes included


Experience a safari into the natural habitat of saltwater crocodiles on the Proserpine River. Take an exciting day-trip river cruise (including a delicious barbecue lunch) followed by a tractor-drawn wagon-train tour through the nationally listed Goorganga Wetlands.

In the morning, get picked up from your accommodation and venture beyond the picturesque Whitsunday coastline to its estuaries in Proserpine—just 45 minutes away from Airlie Beach. Cruise down the calm waters of Proserpine River and spot the wild saltwater crocodiles in their natural habitat. Tour through freshwater wetland fields and melaleuca forests and explore various species, including native birds, wallabies, and other mammals.

Enjoy a delicious barbecue and seafood lunch in a natural campsite setting along the banks of the river. After lunch, board an open-air tractor-drawn wagon train, traveling through the Goorganga wetlands. See the land as Captain Cook saw it.

For afternoon tea, experience a traditional billy tea and freshly made damper before returning to your hotel.


  • Cruise on Proserpine River

  • Open-air wagon-train tour

  • Barbecue lunch

  • Roundtrip transportation to and from your Airlie Beach, Shute Harbour, Cannonvale, or Proserpine hotel

  • Commentary in English

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 72 hours before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.


Prosperine, QLD Australia