Freedom Fast Cats

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Freedom Fast Cats takes you through the spectacular Keppel Bay Islands; located at Southern Great Barrier Reef near the Tropic of Capricorn, and boasting some of the most pristine beaches, and unspoilt habitats the reef has to offer.

Join the experienced crew for a memorable day exploring the Keppel Bay Islands. They have a range of different cruising options to suit all ages. If you like a more laid back pace, sit back relax and soak up the scenery as you cruise the coves and beaches. For the more adventurous type they have glass bottom boat cruises, snorkelling and the famous boom-netting.

Guaranteed to be a highlight of your visit to the Capricorn Coast!

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Family Friendly:

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

Our Tours

Coral Lunch Cruise

The Coral Lunch Cruise is the shortest day cruise only available on Tuesdays. The cruise includes the transfer to and from Great Keppel Island, morning tea, an hour glass bottom boat tour, lunch with cold meats and salads and time to spend on the beach and checking out the souvenir hut.

Bookings are necessary. Credit Card details are required to confirm your bookings.

Indicative rates

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$90 $270
Ferry Transfers to Great Keppel Island

Return Ferry Transfers available seven days (closed Christmas Day). A short 30 minute ferry ride from the Harbour. Contact the office by phone or email for more information, otherwise visit their web site.

Indicative rates

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$45 $135
Coral Cruise

The Coral Cruise (glass bottom boat tour) runs everyday. This cruise includes the transfer to and from Great Keppel Island and an hour glass bottom boat tour around the reef. The remainder of the day is spent on the island to have your own picnic lunch or lunch at the bistro and to relax on the beach. Please contact the office via phone or email to make a booking.

Indicative rates

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$78 $220
Full Day Cruise

The Full Day Cruise runs Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday each week. The cruise includes the return transfer to Great Keppel Island, Morning Tea, Glass Boat coral viewing tour for approximately an hour, barbecue lunch with salad and fruit platters, snorkelling, boom netting and time spent on Great Keppel Island.

Bookings are necessary. Credit Card details are required to confirm your bookings.

Indicative rates

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$138 $389

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