Bush Tucker and Crab Catching Adventure Cruise
All Aboard! Gather the squad and join us for a 2 hour family adventure cruise on the Tweed River. Follow your First Nations guide and get hands on with fun activities including fishing, yabby pumping, mud crab catching, and pelican feeding! And theres the chance to try some bush tucker as well. This is a cruise for all the family to enjoy!
Tweed Heads, NSW
What to expect
Throw a line and see who catches the most fish on the day. Get your feet wet and walk on the sandbars and shallow waters to pump yabbys. Help pull up the crab pots and see if we caught any mud crabs then enjoy a short interactive show on the mighty mud crab.
Catch your breath and sit back and enjoy a morning tea while you cruise the beautiful water ways of the Terranora lakes. The last stop is the pelican feeding show, this is a great photo opportunity also an amazing chance to get up close to this huge bird of our water ways. Learn all about our local waterways and the activities from our fun and informative river guide.
Get ready for fun in nature with all the family!
Please note: start time is based on local New South Wales time (AEST).
- 2 hour cruises
- Morning Tea
- Pelican feeding
- Bush tucker tasting
- Informative talks from our river guides on the mud crabs/yabbies and fish stocks
- All fishing equipment and bait supplied
Pioneer Park, 230 Kennedy Drive, Tweed Heads, NSW
What to bring
YOUR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER
Tweed Eco Cruises (TEC) is privileged to have its roots deeply embedded in a region the rest of our nation refers to as Australia’s holiday playground.
TEC, a second-generation family owned and operated business is fully staffed by proud long-term Tweed and southern Gold Coast residents who are committed to promoting the region known as The Northern Rivers.
The NSW Northern Rivers holds a significant natural beauty and the Tweed in which run our cruises boasts long stretches of untouched pristine beaches, world-class surf and reef breaks, natural turtle habitats and whale watch from the crowning headlands of Fingal and Cabarita.
The Tweed Valley is a natural amphitheatre recognised alongside the Daintree and Kakadu as being one of the three most bio-diverse regions in Australia. Formed millions of years ago by a large shield volcano, the crowning glory of the region is Wollumbin Mt Warning. Dominating the landscape, it’s the first place to see the sun on the east coast of Australia. The Tweed River, a 78km waterway on which we cruise, runs through the heart of this ancient landscape.
Ecotourism is central to our philosophies and practices at TEC, our mission is to be a benchmark for other tourism businesses operating in the Tweed region. We aim to inspire and assist other local businesses within our region to protect and promote our pristine natural environment, the Tweed through the provision of unique and educational activities with a minimal environmental footprint and sustainable operations.