Cairns Harbour and Sunset Cruises

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Alongside Cairns is a magnificent tidal estuary that is rarely seen and only accessible by boat. M.V. Crocodile Explorer is a comfortable air-conditioned vessel taking visitors along Trinity Inlet on this scenic nature cruise. With waterways winding through a 300 square kilometre maze of mangroves, expect rich diverse wildlife, stunning scenery and a relaxing cruise with informative commentary from their crew. This is the saltwater crocodile's natural habitat - with a chance to spot them basking on the muddy banks, particularly in the cooler months.

Their Cairns Sunset tour rates as one of the top 10 things to do in Cairns and is sure to be an unforgettable evening. Picture yourself relaxing on a sunset cruise in Cairns, standing on the deck with a drink in hand, the breeze blowing through your hair with the sun setting over Cairns' lush mountains throwing out a glorious mix of colours into the sky above. Departing at 5.30pm, the cruise allows passengers to soak in beautiful views of the waterways, mangroves and mountains in the magical early evening sun. Join them simply for the Sunset Cruise or take advantage of their special Cruise and Dundees dinner package.

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Cairns Sunset Cruises

Their Cairns sunset tour rates as one of the top ten things to do in Cairns and is sure to be an unforgettable evening. Picture yourself relaxing on a sunset cruise in Cairns, standing on the deck with a drink in hand, the breeze blowing through your hair with the sun setting over Cairns' lush mountains throwing out a glorious mix of colours into the sky above. As their friendly crew greet you on board, you will be offered a welcome drink to enjoy on deck prior to departure. Departing at 5.30pm, the cruise allows passengers to soak in beautiful views of the waterways, mangroves and mountains in the magical early evening sun.

Daily - except Christmas Day

The 90 minute sunset cruise includes a sparkling wine, standard beer, wine or soft drink on arrival and savoury nibbles.

Indicative rates

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$46.00 $46
Cairns Harbour Cruise 1.30pm

Alongside Cairns is a magnificent tidal estuary that is rarely seen and only accessible by boat. M.V Crocodile Explorer is a comfortable, air-conditioned vessel taking visitors along Trinity Inlet on this scenic nature cruise. With waterways winding through a 300 square kilometre maze of mangroves, expect rich, diverse wildlife, stunning scenery and a relaxing cruise with informative commentary from their crew. This is the salt water crocodile's natural habitat - with a chance to spot them basking on the muddy banks, particularly in the cooler months. Afternoon tea is also included. An optional two course lunch at Dundees on the waterfront can be added .

Indicative rates

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$46 $70
Sunset Cruise and Dinner Package

A sunset cruise on Cairns harbour sets the tone for an unforgettable evening. Travelling on board the MV Crocodile Explorer, this cruise allows passengers to soak in beautiful views of the waterways, mangroves and mountains in the magical early evening sun. Join them simply for the Sunset Cruise or take advantage of their special cruise and dinner package at Dundee's, one of Cairns best waterfront restaurants.

The sunset cruise and dinner package includes the above plus a three course dinner at Dundee's Restaurant.

Days of Operation
Daily - except Christmas Day

The 90 minute sunset cruise includes a sparkling wine, standard beer, wine or soft drink on arrival and savoury nibbles.

Indicative rates

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$105 $105

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