We are once again open for bookings as of September 19th.
We would like to thank everybody for their patience in these difficult times.
Due to COVID-19, we are currently only accepting limited bookings for our Red boat. Our Deluxe cruise will be available for booking towards the end of the year (update to follow).
To help stop the spread, and to maintain safe social distancing, we are only accepting a limited numbers of guests, for this reason we highly recommend booking via phone call.
We thank everyone for their understanding and hope to see you soon.
AR Reflections the Deluxe Cruise
Join us on our Deluxe Cruise, The Cruise on this North West Tasmania river takes you 14kms along Arthur River. First, we head upstream past the Arthur and Frankland river junction before continuing on to Warra Landing for a Deluxe lunch. It is stated that Arthur River is one of the last truly “wild rivers” of Australia. This Tarkine area of North West Tasmania is a recognised wilderness area of world value and densely forested with myrtles, sassafras, celery-top pine, laurels, blackwoods, and giant tree ferns. When visiting Tasmania make it a thing to do on your list as this cruise is an unforgettable experience.
MV George Robinson -The Red Boat
The Red Boat Our Original Cruise, A family Fun Day Out Come see the Tarkine With Us. Passengers are able to move freely around the vessel, including the front and rear viewing decks which allow opportunities for stunning photographs. Having the helm located in the main passenger lounge invites free-flowing discussion with the Skipper and also promotes a relaxed and jovial atmosphere. Enjoy the serenity of the river and the unhurried pace of the MV George Robinson. Be spellbound by the magical reflections of the lush vegetation in the tannin coloured river. Drink in the pristine densely forested river banks of myrtles, blackwoods, leatherwoods, sassafras, silver wattles and endangered Brooker’s gums. At Turk’s Landing, gaze up at the giant brown top stringybark (Tassie Oak) and marvel at the ancient giant tree ferns.