P.S. CUMBEROONA

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A Traditional Steam driven paddle boat, red gum fired with the smells and sounds of years gone by…

The P.S.Cumberoona is now fully restored by the Knowles family and gracing the waters of the mighty Murray River and Lake Mulwala, on the Victorian & New South Wales border, of Australia.

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to join us for a leisurely cruise, and or function venue to experience a bit of Australian history first hand, aboard our newly restored paddle steamer Cumberoona.

Sit back, relax and enjoy refreshments from our fully licensed bar, kiosk and eatery “The Paddle Box Kitchen”. Offering a seasonal menu and cruise packs for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. All whilst you are captivated by the sights of Lake Mulwala and the Murray river and enhanced by the sounds of the paddle wheels and genuine wood fired paddle steamer.

Cruises operating daily at our mooring on the Yarrawonga Foreshore, perfect for residents and visitors to enjoy her once again.

For Bookings and Enquiries please call 0477 666 099 or email info@cumberoona.com.au

               Panorama Rear View

photographed by Glen Thompson