Our cruise schedule has returned to normal with customers again enjoying some Queensland hospitality on board. Whilst cruises continue to depart from just west of the Citycat terminal on Kingsford Smith Drive - known as the Bretts Wharf Terminal - not to be confused with the Brett's Wharf Restaurant, we are anticipating a return to our Eagle Street Pier home within the coming weeks. We eagerly await the completion of Council's work on the Boardwalk to enable our return. WATCH THIS SPACE!
Customers are advised not to use the Bretts Wharf Restaurant Carpark due to congestion and the danger involved with cars having to turn around to get out of the carpark when it is full.
Parking is available on-street in surrounding area.
'Brisbanes Favourite Cruising Venue'
Built in 1986 and 1988, the authentic paddlewheelers played a major role in the popular World Expo 88, held at South Brisbane (now Southbank Parklands).
The classic elegant decor and famous Queensland hospitality on-board the River Queens will ensure a truly delightful and unique experience which will take you back to an opulent bygone era. As you cruise the Brisbane River, guests will admire the unique beauty and versatility of the Kookaburra Queens which were built with traditional Australian timbers.
Lower deck 100 people for lunch or dinner
Upper deck 1 130 Outside 20 pax
Main and upper 120 pax each seated
Board room 40 pax
Outside the board room under cover 20 pax
Cocktail we are licensed to hold 350 pax on each vessel
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