Bundaberg to Lady Musgrave Island Day Cruise

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Lady Musgrave Experience is your premium day tour to Lady Musgrave Island!

Experience the jewel of the Southern Great Barrier Reef from the closest accessible departure point being only a four hour drive north of Brisbane or a 45 minute flight. Enjoy a luxury transfer to Lady Musgrave Island aboard the premier, purpose built, 27 metre, high speed, three level, luxury catamaran with the friendly crew of Main Event.

Cruise in air conditioned comfort with leather seating inside, where documentaries are displayed on large flat screen televisions or enjoy the Queensland sun from the open air foredeck seating or from the spacious upper level sundeck.

Departing from Bundaberg Port Marina, Lady Musgrave Experience offers a premium Southern Great Barrier Reef Experience and is your chance to immerse yourself within the stunning beauty of Lady Musgrave Island and her protected, calm water, lagoon within the Reef. Whale watching, snorkelling, scuba diving, gourmet catering; sourced only from local producers, encounters with turtles, Manta Rays and over 1,200 fish species, all make the Lady Musgrave Experience a bucket list adventure.

They look forward to welcoming you onboard and showing you one of the worlds true natural wonders that is Lady Musgrave Island.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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Lady Musgrave Island Day Tour

Experience the Southern Great Barrier Reef on-board the luxury catamaran Main Event. Cruise from Bundaberg Port Marina to Lady Musgrave Island, enjoy morning tea as they make their way to the pristine Lady Musgrave Reef lagoon for snorkelling, glass bottom boat tours, fish feeding and guided island walk.

A gourmet buffet lunch using freshest local produce Bundaberg has to offer, will be served on-board during the four and a half hour stay in the lagoon. Or for those looking for even more of an experience, upgrade to their Premium ticketing, which includes admission to the upper deck lounge with reserved seating, wait staff available for beverage service and a gourmet cheese platter for your return trip.

Warm showers located on the duck board to use after your snorkel or dive. Introductory scuba diving is available on request with a fully qualified scuba diving instructor. Scuba diving for certified divers is also available on request. Select diving options when booking or phone/email to register your interest.

All fares include Premium quality Mares snorkelling equipment (mask, snorkel and fins), glass bottom boat tour and guided Island walks.

The Experience is Everything!

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