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Murray River Paddlesteamers - Pride of the Murray

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The Pride of the Murray began life in 1924 as a barge. She has since been converted to a paddle wheeler best suited to functions and group bookings.The Pride claims a proud title: of the many boats originally built in Echuca, she along with the PS...more
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52 Murray Esp | Port of Echuca, Echuca, Victoria 3564, Australia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very very disappointed in the price we had to pay for a dismal baked dinner and a childish badly scripted slide show! $150 for 2 adults and a child. Dessert was just as poor! Then nothing more than a slideshow of history of Echuca. The...More

Thank Mark S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We went of lunch cruise and were underwhelmed with the lack of commentary. When the captain did give some it was very terse. The pie was good & there were gluten free options but we could get that in a nearby pub. On the positive...More

Thank Ken C
Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

We went on a Sunday lunch cruise which was running as a “special” trip for Pride of the Murray as they had a group booking. The boat itself isn’t steam powered but that certainly didn’t bother us and on a day with a bit of...More

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Reviewed 7 October 2017

Went on a river cruise, "2 course dinner" the broucher said , one course was a "dinner roll Only one with one tiney tub of butter" and a soup poured out of a cane of tine $ 50.00 for one it's joke and a rip...More

3  Thank aloy2015
Reviewed 22 September 2017

We took our 20 year old granddaughter on the night cruise and we all had a wonderful time. The bar was open and it was such a lovely mild evening. Sipping drinks while cruising along the mighty Murray was both very relaxing and enjoyable! The...More

Thank joyd525
Reviewed 20 June 2017

We enjoyed a spit roast dinner cruise and Riverlights tour, the meal was great, dessert yummy. We were not all the taken by the riverlights tour, the first part where the paddleboat is taken up close to those moored , a spotlight is put on...More

Thank Mary Ann W
Reviewed 8 June 2017

We enjoyed a pleasant afternoon cruise on the Pride of the Murray. It's loud, smelly and not the most comfortable ride but that was what it was like when it was a workhorse along the Murray River. Don't let this put you off. The trek...More

Thank Angie W
Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

What a marvellous way to spend a few hours. Really enjoyed our trip on the PS Canberra, the Captain and her commentary were heartfelt and meaningful, the river and the paddle steamers obviously meant so much to her and I greatly appreciated her sharing this...More

Thank MichaelDK_AUS
Reviewed 31 December 2016

Paddlesteamers have paddles and a steam engine. The PotM has paddles and a diesel engine hidden out of sight - making it a paddlediesel. None of that steamy fun some may seek, just a way to propel the boat. The pretend funnel doesn't even continue...More

Thank G A
Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

We went on the NY eve trip with live music. Light finger food provided was very basic- no serving utensils or plates. Limited drink options for purchase and no commentary. Scenery generally dull- muddy river banks and campsites. There are more interesting ways to enjoy...More

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