Murray River Authentic Luxury Cruising
Murray River Cruises from Echuca. Enjoy the spectacular scenery of Australia’s longest river aboard the world’s only cruising wood-fired paddlesteamer and Australia’s most luxurious boutique river cruise. Choose from 1 to 6 night Murray River Cruises and let PS Emmylou step you back to the romantic days of Australia’s Paddlesteamers.
Welcome Back Victoria & NSW
The Victorian/NSW Border is now OPEN so we are delighted that all our cruises can once again operate as scheduled.
Don’t Delay Booking Your Murray River Cruise for 2021
Next available cruise dates are below;
1 Night Cruise – 30th January
2 Night Cruise – 21st May
3 Night Cruise – 18th June
4 Night Cruise – LAST MINUTE CANCELLATIONS – 7th & 14th December Departures – From $1585pp Save 15%
6 Night Cruise – 15th February
COVID-19 Cruise Well Program
Your health and safety are our priority. Our Cruise Well Program is therefor all about ensuring we follow strict hygiene standards and procedures for you and our crew’s health and safety whilst cruising with us. We are now accredited as a COVID ready business with NSW Health and ATEC as a business operating inline with the NCCC COVID safe guidelines and other relevant state-based guidelines. We are also delighted to be awarded by the World Travel & Tourism Council, the Safe Travel global branding as recognition of our high level of health and hygiene protocols.
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Welcome aboard PADDLESTEAMER Emmylou, the world’s only wood-fired cruising Paddlesteamer is now offering Australia’s most luxurious boutique river cruises from Echuca.
With a maximum of 16 guests and 4 crew PS Emmylou is an open-air vessel with alfresco dining and plenty of space to relax and enjoy the river views. Each luxury cabin with ensuite is individually air-conditioned for your comfort. So whether you are a nature lover, a budding historian or culture enthusiast, a leisurely cruise aboard PS Emmylou will delve you into the beauty and pioneering history of the Murray River.