Departing Monday, April 20, or Friday, April 24, 2020, on board the paddlewheeler Murray Princess, the Anzac Day cruise promises to be something special.
A special dawn service on April 25 will be followed by a traditional Gun Fire Breakfast and game of Two-Up. There will also be an Anzac trivia quiz and buffet lunch.
In addition to celebrating Anzac Day, the cruise will explore the Murray River and uncover its history.
Food and wine lovers can sample some of the Murray and Riverland regions produce and wines with a structured tasting event held on board in the Sturt Dining Room as part of the three-day cruise.
The seven-night cruise will visit historic Swan Reach and feature a cellar door tasting and tour of the vineyard at Burk Salter Boutique Winery.
There is also the chance to learn about Aboriginal history at the Ngaut Ngaut Aboriginal Reserve - and take part in a guided boardwalk tour of ancient rock carvings.
The three-night cruise departs Mannum at 4.30pm on Friday, April 24, 2020 and early booking saver fares start from $941 per person twin share.
The seven-night cruise departs Mannum at 4.30pm on Monday, April 20, and Friday, April 24 with early booked fares starting from $2053 per person twin share.
Cruise fares include accommodation, all meals, guided nature walks, eco-excursions, Anzac Day activities, on-board presentations, wifi, the Captain's Dinner and use of ship's facilities including a sun deck, bar, two lounges, restaurant and a mini gymnasium.
Complimentary coach transfers from Adelaide, or secure car-parking in Mannum, are also included.
For further information visit www.murrayprincess.com.au