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Perth's Famous Wine Cruise Perth

Perth's Famous Wine Cruise
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  • Sandalford wine tasting
  • Waters Edge Winery underground cellar
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  • Lunch at Waters Edge winery
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  • Barrack street Jetty, Perth

Perth's Famous Wine Cruise

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Great staff on the boat, friendly and welcoming. Staff at the Winery were also very cheerful and food was excellent. Wines offered for tasting were too heavy on sweetness , 2 out of six and a medium. I would have preferred no more than one sweetish wine, but no doubt then someone else would say there wasn't enough ! you cannot please everyone all the time.

Reviewed 17-Feb-2014

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Most pleasant day I have spent in some time.

Reviewed 07-Dec-2013

Latest Questions about Perth's Famous Wine Cruise (Perth)

We are coming to perth in March is it necessary to prebook a cruise


Yes it is always a good idea to pre book your Perth wine cruise as it does often book up many days/weeks in advance. Rest assured, if you do book via our website and then decide later on that you wish to cancel or change dates then we can do this for you at no extra cost and indeed issue a full refund if you cancel at least 72 hours in advance.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 23rd Feb 17 at 00:00

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I would like to know please if you have 6 spots for a 40th b'day on the 19th of April

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Is there wheelchair access on the Perth Swan Valley wine cruise boat?


Hi Chris. The Swan River vessels, the River Lady, Lady De Vine and River Bells, have four steps down as you enter the boat. To ensure the safety of the crew, Captain Cook Cruises’ staff are unable to lift wheelchair passengers into the vessels. If accompanying members of the wheelchair-bound person’s party are able to assist with lifting, then these passengers are welcome on-board. If assistance cannot be provided by your party, unfortunately, it will not be possible to travel on these vessels. Disabled toilet facilities are available at the Barrack street Jetty in Perth.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 11th Jan 13 at 17:58

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