Experience the natural beauty of the Pumicestone Passage Marine Park, see the majestic Glasshouse Mountains and visit many areas only accessible by The Ferryman. These living waterways are home to dugong, dolphins, turtles, dingoes, jabiru, sea eagles, osprey and many of the 360 species of birds recorded in this area - some migrating each year from the Northern Hemisphere. The Ferryman tours up the Pumicestone Passage which runs between Bribie Island and the mainland towards Caloundra and takes in the shipwreck of the SS Avon, then the township of Toorbul, and follows the historic channel that Mathew Flinders found over 200 years ago - past Donnybrook.
Pumicestone Passage is an extremely important waterway with more bird species than Kakadu. The cruise tours are relaxing, informative with a friendly crew who want you to have a truly great experience.
Commentary is provided covers the local history, both Aboriginal and European, the local environment and the fauna and flora found here. As you cruise past these wonderful sights they will be keeping an eye out for such wonderful creatures as dugong, dolphins, turtles, sea eagles, dingoes and many of the different bird species.
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