Stay within Freycinet National Park and explore it from a special perspective aboard a Wineglass Bay Cruise with one of our 'Cruise & Stay' packages - from $399.
Each package includes accommodation, breakfast and cruise tickets for the morning after your first night of accommodation. Applicable to RACT members only.
The Wineglass Bay Cruise is a 4.5-hour journey exploring the crystal blue waters, hidden sea caves and towering granite cliffs of Freycinet National Park. Learn about the rich natural and aboriginal history of the area while cruising alongside the dolphins, whales and fur seals that call this special place home.
Cruising aboard the luxurious Schouten Passage II, guests can select between two seating types - the Vista Lounge and the Sky Lounge.
Please note: This package includes cruise pick up and drop off from the Freycinet Lodge jetty (subject to weather). If you would prefer to depart from, and return to, the Wineglass Bay Cruises jetty in Coles Bay, please advise Wineglass Bay Cruises directly.
The Vista Lounge has floor-to-ceiling windows and includes lunch and access to a viewing deck.
The Sky Lounge is an all-inclusive (adult tickets only) package - a true bucket list experience for those seeking 'that little bit extra'. Located on the upper deck, a Sky Lounge ticket includes:
Click here to learn more about the Wineglass Bay Cruise experience.
Booking multiple rooms or for more than two adults:
Each room that you book includes cruise tickets (number of tickets will be determined by the number of adults and children in the room). Eg. If you indicate that there will be three adults in one of your rooms, three cruise tickets will be included and the price will adjust accordingly.
RACT members can book up to five rooms using this offer (RACT member must be travelling with party staying).
To book multiple rooms/packages, simply click ‘book now’ followed by ‘add a room’ (in green). Please then indicate how many adults and children will be staying in each room.
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