GROUP CHARTERS

WELCOME ABOARD THE FREE SPIRIT!
Group Charters 

GROUP CHARTER INFORMATION

Your next special event can become even more special with the help of Free Spirit Cruises! All of our cruising options can be scheduled and customised to meet your needs. And don’t forget, the more people you book, the less it costs. We are fully licenced for up to 90 people.

• Great Lakes Winery Cruise • Wallis Lake Coffee Cruise • Wallamba River Cruise • Coolongolook River Cruise • Pacific Palms Cruise

Call us to discuss your needs, or book your group charter today.

Wallamba River Cruise


Historic and beautiful Wallamba River Cruise through rural countryside to Nabiac
Depart 10am Return 330pm Morning tea, lunch, dessert and coffee freshly prepared on board

Minimum 30 pax $60pp
Minimum 40 pax $55pp

Pacific Palms Cruise


Cruise the lake end to end to the Pacific Palms Recreation Club for lunch 
Depart 10am Arrive Rec Club 12pm Depart Rec Club 130pm Return 330pm Morning tea and afternoon tea included (lunch at own expense)

Minimum 30 pax $45pp
Minimum 40 pax $40pp

Great Lakes Winery Cruise


Departs 10am returns 5pm 
Cruising the Coolongolook River to Coolongolook
Transfers to the winery a wine talk and tasting included with cheese and biscuits. Morning tea, Lunch and dessert included.

Minimum 30 pax $80pp
Minimum 40 pax $75pp
($5 surcharge weekends)

Coolongolook River Cruise


Exploring the old logging route to the Old Cedar Wharf at Coolongolook 
Depart 10am return 2pm Morning tea, lunch, dessert and coffee included

Minimum 30 pax $55pp
Minimum 40 pax $50pp

REVIEWS FROM TRIPADVISOR 

“We had a most enjoyable day with a small group cruising from Forster around Wallis Lake. We were given a most informative talk and a really nice lunch. We were followed around by a number of dolphins who entertained us for quite some time. All in all a very enjoyable cruise.”
– GrannyBev72

“Took the New Years Eve dinner cruise on the Free Spirit and would highly recommend it. Lovely food and amazing staff. The boat stopped near the bridge so we could watch the fireworks.”
– Debra S.
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