Depart Manly aboard a 55ft catamaran before arriving at historic St Helena Island, and learn about Australia’s colonial past
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$42 for a St Helena Island tour for one person (total value up to $84)
$84 for a St Helena Island tour for two people (total value up to $168)
$168 for a St Helena Island tour for four people (total value up to $336)
- Cruise Moreton Bay aboard a 55ft catamaran equipped with a fully-licensed bar
- Take in the water views while on a scenic cruise to the historic St Helena Island
- Explore the island’s maximum-security prison and learn about its rich and colourful past
- Enjoy a picnic lunch in the Superintendent’s Gardens
Climb aboard a 55ft catamaran to cruise through the calm waters of Moreton Bay en route to the historic St Helena Island. Grab a drink from the vessel’s fully-licensed bar or simply take in the views of the glimmering bay while hearing of the area’s fascinating history. One of the St Helena Theatre Troupe’s multi-skilled performers will accompany the participants on an adventure that covers the area’s history from the Aboriginal beginnings to the 19th-century prison settlement. Explore the island’s maximum-security prison before enjoying a picnic lunch in the Superintendent’s Gardens. The tour takes approximately five hours and departs from William Gunn Jetty.
Cat-o’-Nine-Tails is a cruise company that boasts a 55ft catamaran and offers educational and historical tours at historic St Helena Island to open passengers' eyes to colonial Queensland’s tortured souls with a sense of understanding, adventure and a good dash of humour. Cat-o’-Nine-Tails is responsible for organising themed events and performing arts festivals on the island. They also visit other destinations, entertain guests on their river cruises through Brisbane, and cater for all sorts of special events.