Murray River & Kangaroo Island – 2021 Last Chance

7 Day Experience With Flights, 3 Night River Cruise, 3 Nights Accommodation & $1500 Bonus Value

Sep 21

from $... per Person
Book by June 30, 2021


Experience Adelaide, Kangaroo Island & The Barossa

  • Return Flights to Adelaide with Checked Luggage
  • 3 Nights in an Upgraded Deluxe Room at Crowne Plaza Adelaide, Breakfast Daily, Welcome Drink & 12pm Late Checkout
  • Full Day Tour of Kangaroo Island with Lunch, Island Transfers & More
  • Full Day Tour of the Barossa Valley with Wine Tastings, Lunch & More

Cruise The Murray River

  • Return Mannum Wharf Transfers
  • 3 Night Cruise Aboard PS Murray Princess
  • Free Upgrade to Outside Twin Cabin
  • All Onboard Meals, Entertainment & Wi-Fi
  • Onshore Tours, Guided Nature Walks & Eco-Excursions
  • Exclusive $100 Onboard Credit Per Guest

Deal Code: MT-30013


Day 1: Arrive Adelaide
Upon arrival in Adelaide, make your own way to the hotel to begin your cosmopolitan adventure. Known as the city of churches and home to renowned museums, Adelaide is bursting with arts, culture, flavours and entertainment. Get a taste of world-famous wine regions and award-winning restaurants right at your fingertips.

Day 2: Full Day Kangaroo Island Discovery (B, L)
Hop on the coach to Cape Jervis to board the ferry bound for Kangaroo Island. Visit Seal Bay where you can walk on the beach amongst the wild Australian sea lions, before heading to the Parndana hotel for lunch. After lunch, stop in at Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park to feed the kangaroos and get up close to koalas, before continuing on to Flinders Chase National Park. Although this area was impacted by bushfires in January 2020, you’ll see the amazing regeneration of the native bush, and have great photo opportunities at Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch. Conclude your 16 hour tour returning to Adelaide late in the evening with time to rest during your ferry and coach transfers.

Day 3: Welcome Aboard PS Murray Princess at Mannum (B, D)
Enjoy a pick up from your hotel at approximately 1:30pm bound for historic Mannum, the birthplace of the Murray River trade. Step aboard PS Murray Princess for a mid-afternoon departure and enjoy a Welcome Dinner as we cruise under floodlight to our overnight mooring. Keep your eyes out for nocturnal wildlife such as kangaroos, wombats, tortoises and egrets on the riverbank.

Day 4: Murray River Cruising (B, L, D)
In 1879 the first bridge to span the Murray River was built at Edwards Crossing, which quickly became the bustling township of Murray Bridge. After a hearty breakfast, choose to join a guided tour of the town’s historic landmarks and local attractions or go on a wildlife tour at Monarto Safari Park (additional cost). Those who choose to experience Monarto Safari Park will arrive back on board the Murray Princess in time for lunch then join us in the Sturt Dining Room for a special presentation on the bounty of food and wine produced in the Riverland. This afternoon, we continue our journey upriver and tonight we moor at Salt Bush Flat. After dinner, enjoy being entertained by our talented crew.

Day 5: Murray River Cruising (B, L, D)
This morning, join a guided nature walk where our guide will share the secrets of the local flora and fauna. Near Fromms Landing, we turn and head downriver to River View Lodge (near Piggy Flat/Coolcha) where your discovery vessel awaits for a wildlife tour. Travelling in small, personalised groups, we explore the maze of the river and the birdlife is amazing. Watch for darters, herons and egrets feeding along the river’s muddy edges. The afternoon offers a choice of bocce or fishing challenges before a delicious final dinner in the Sturt Dining Room.

Day 6: Farewell PS Murray Princess – Barossa Wine & Heritage Experience (B, L)
Cruise back to Mannum where you will disembark after breakfast. Depart for the famous Barossa, Australia’s richest and best-known wine making region. First stop is at Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre for structured wine tasting and morning tea. Lunch is a two course feast made with fresh regional produce at picturesque Lambert Estate vineyard. Your final stop is Gully Gardens at Angaston for samples of locally grown dried fruits and unique confectionery. Enjoy the Eden Valley scenery en route to Mannum for your return transfer to Adelaide.

Day 7: Depart Adelaide (B)
After one final breakfast, bid farewell to multicultural Adelaide with lasting memories and make your own way to the airport.


29 September 2021 – last chance for 2021, finals cabins selling fast


Experience a full day tour of iconic Kangaroo Island’s pristine wilderness, breathtaking landscapes and charming wildlife.

Spend 3 comfortable and entertaining nights aboard the traditional paddlewheeler, PS Murray Princess, with all meals included while cruising the peaceful waters of the Murray River.

Cruise South Australia’s beautiful lower riverlands departing historic Mannum with exciting hand-selected onshore tours.

Explore historic townships and trade routes with a tour of historic Murray Bridge, guided nature walk at Salt Bush Flat and a riverland flat-bottomed boat experience.

Taste some of Australia’s most renowned wines and immerse yourself in the heritage of the Barossa region before returning to cosmopolitan Adelaide.

Relax at centrally located and brand new Crowne Plaza Adelaide with stunning restaurant & pool bar and beautiful views.

Airport transfers, travel insurance, onboard drinks, optional tours, additional services onboard and anything not explicitly listed under inclusions are at your own expense.

A deposit of $999 per person is required to secure your booking and book flights at the time of booking.
The final balance will be due 3 months before departure.

Solo occupancy
A supplement for solo occupancy is payable in addition to the twin share price as follows:
Outside Twin Cabin: From $800 per person

Due to school holidays, flights will be booked after your deposit. The flights included in your package are based on a specific predetermined airfare allowance. Should there be a significant increase in airfares, taxes or government fees at the time of booking flights, then an airfare supplement may be imposed. The flights team will discuss options with you prior to ticketing, should this situation arise. Flights may not operate daily or directly to your destination.

Triple share
Triple share is not available.

Child policy
Children under 4 years of age are not permitted. Children 4 years and above pay the adult price. The cruise and tours involve adult activities and wine tasting experiences not recommended for young children.

Extend your stay
Pre or post accommodation in Adelaide with breakfast can be requested with rates from $250 per room per night (subject to availability).

Prices are correct at time of publication and are subject to availability, change, cancellation or withdrawal without notice. All prices are in Australian dollars per person twin share unless stated otherwise.

Booking confirmation
Due to high demand and limited availability of these special rates, bookings are not confirmed until confirmation is sent; usually within 48 hours.

Peace of mind policy
If the hotel accommodations, tours or cruise are cancelled by the supplier due to COVID-19, a full credit will be offered.
If flights are cancelled by the airline due to COVID-19, your booking will be subject to the applicable airline policy effective at the time of cancellation.

Amendment policy
Each change: $150 per person administration fee plus applicable airline and third-party supplier fees.

Cancellation fees
Cancellation more than 60 days before departure: Loss of deposit and airfare.
Cancellation within 60 days of departure: Loss of 75% of package price.
Cancellation within 30 days of departure: Loss of 100% of package price.

Passenger cruise agreement
A passenger cruise agreement must be completed before departure. Please note your travel is subject to your acceptance of the terms and conditions on the Passenger Cruise Agreement issued by the cruise operator. Dietary requirements must be advised together with your Passenger Cruise Agreement. Click here to download a copy of the terms and conditions.

Fitness requirements
A low to moderate level of fitness is required. You will be expected to alight from coaches on your own accord. A certificate of fitness of travel by your doctor is required for passengers over 80 years of age and/or passengers with limited mobility, and a copy must be produced on request.

Baggage limit
Baggage is limited to what you can stow in your cabins so you are strongly advised to pack light. All bags must be clearly labelled with your name and limited to one 15kg bag per person. This limit supersedes any other baggage allowance. Bags will be loaded by staff as you board the vessel.

Cruise gratuities
Tipping is not required but is always gratefully received.

Please notify us of any special dietary requirements at the time of booking but note that choices may be limited or not catered for.

Hotel accommodation
Every effort will be made to accommodate you in the hotels and properties listed. In the unforeseen event that the listed hotels are not available, properties of similar standard will be provided.
All hotel ratings are local or self-ratings provided by the supplier. All rooms will be lead-in category or run of house unless otherwise specified.

Minimum numbers
The operation of tours, cruises, trains, hotels, activities, attractions and restaurants are subject to availability and minimum numbers.

The operating schedule and itinerary may be impacted without notice by adverse weather, seasonal factors, closures, local conditions, COVID-19 or other factors beyond our control including force majeure. The itinerary and its order, sightseeing and transportation may be adjusted as deemed appropriate by the operator for optimum safety, enjoyment and operation.

Final documentation will be emailed within two weeks of departure of the respective travel component.

Travel insurance
Travel insurance is not included and is strongly recommended. Ask our holiday experts for great coverage options.

Force majeure
Force majeure means any natural disaster, accident, fire, act of God, act of war, terrorism, legally binding judgment, injunction, action of a court or other relevant authority, emergency, unplanned repairs, maintenance, strike, industrial dispute, work ban, blockade or picketing, travel ban, pandemic, epidemic or outbreak of infectious disease, or other event beyond our reasonable direct or indirect control. In case of force majeure or other extraordinary event that prevents safe travel, the supplier reserves the right to adjust, postpone or cancel the trip.

The pricing, terms and conditions listed herewith shall prevail in the case of any ambiguity or contradiction with other terms.

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