Sailing through the gorgeous Gold Coast island
A typical holiday itinerary, especially on the Gold Coast, will include swimming, surfing, whale-watching, visiting natural parks, or exploring the dining scene around the island. But you shouldn’t forget to tour around the island and discover a lot more ocean attractions that will surely leave you wanting to stay longer here.
Among the popular cruises from Surfers Paradise, Reef Ryder Island Cruise is the most exciting Gold Coast island tour which allows you to see the sun-drenched beaches of Wave Break Island, which is nestled right nest to Stradbroke Island. Here, you can explore a wide range of sub-tropical paradise of crystal-clear waters and aquatic species like beautiful varieties of fish that you can feed straight from your hands.
Enjoy the cruise with your family and friends are you rejuvenate in the cool and relaxing waters, or you can also stay active by playing beach cricket, or go snorkelling with colourful and beautiful fish, and try paddle boarding. You can also have a rare opportunity of spotting local pod of dolphins that inhabit these waters.
Don’t forget to just sit back and relax and enjoy a delightful buffet meal which is also provided on each cruise. You can have some fresh ocean catch such as prawns, which are sourced from local trawlers. The buffet also includes chicken, a great selection from the salad bar and a tropical fruit platter to cap off a nice and filling meal.
The Reef Ryder Island Cruise departs two times a day scheduled at 8.30am to 1pm and 2pm to 6.30pm. The departure point is at the River end of Cavill Avenue in Surfers Paradise. You should arrive 30 minutes before the departure time.
Our Surfers Paradise Beachfront Accommodation is only a short distance away from the departure location of the Reef Ryder Island Cruise. Pacific Plaza Apartments is a perfect holiday home for those who want to explore all the attractions on Gold Coast.
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