We had a beautiful night on the Brisbane River on the Kookaburra Dinner Cruise the food was delicious , staff fantastic, looked after my husband with his special Diet well done Chef
Step aboard a traditional wooden paddlewheel boat to see Brisbane's top sights from the water on an evening dinner cruise. Book your cruise ahead of time to avoid the disappointment of sold-out nights and to have your vacation planned in advance. While on the boat, enjoy live onboard entertainment, unobstructed waterfront views, and a buffet meal of local Australian products.
Arrive at Eagle Street Pier in time to board your dinner cruise. Step aboard the traditional wooden paddlewheel boat, crafted from Queensland timber, and find a comfortable seat on deck for unobstructed views of the Brisbane skyline as it lights up at night.
Enjoy the ambiance of a peaceful river cruise as you sit down to a buffet dinner of contemporary dishes that showcase Australian produce and other local products--dishes such as confit beef, oven baked fish, potato salad, green pea salad, and desserts such as lemon cheesecake and panna cotta (see Itinerary for sample menu).
After dinner wraps up, listen to live classical music and modern favorites as you hit the dance floor. After about three hours, head back to Eagle Street Pier; the rest of the evening is yours.
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I booked through a 3rd party Hens company which included a 3 hour river dinner cruise with 3 hours of drinks and entertainment. THE MINUTE myself and my group stepped on the boat the staff had it in for us. We were in party mode,...More
Booked weeks in advance for our wedding anniversary. Arrived to a table mix up, where we didn’t have one. The manager was great, sorted it out straight away & ended up sitting us on the front deck, which was nice as it was very warm...More
The food was tasty, there were a lot of meat options so definitely not ideal if you are vegetarian or just don't really like meat. The boat itself was lovely, really smooth to travel on, and the staff were great never had an empty glass...More
We did the cruise on a Saturday night. Cruise 'started' at 6.30pm but didn't leave the dock until 40 minutes later. Felt like they were hanging on to see if anyone last minute booked via the ticket office, so just sitting in your seat waiting...More