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Bremer River Junction Day Cruise

  • 14 Jun 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Travel upstream on the Lady Brisbane to the Bremer River Junction
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RGSQ recommends that all attendees at this event be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or exempt.


Bremer River Junction Day Cruise

Why not join us on a leisurely Day Cruise on the Brisbane River?

Travel upstream on the Lady Brisbane to the Bremer River

Pass the Dockside apartments, Story Bridge, Eagle Street Business towers, Botanic Gardens, Old Government House, Parliament House, Goodwill bridge, South Brisbane Parklands, North bank QUT and Queen’s Wharf, University of Qld, Walter Taylor Bridge and new pedestrian and bikeway, Lone Pine, Moggill ferry, Joshua Jeays Quarry Goodna to Bremer River Junction.

Cruise includes Morning Tea, BBQ lunch and fresh fruit Licensed bar on board

When:  Tuesday 14 June 2022

              Assemble 8.30 am   Departing 9.00 – 4.00


              449 Kingsford Smith Drive, Hamilton 4007

Getting there:  visit Translink website Journey Planner

Bus: 300 from the Cultural Centre Platform 1 and City, Adelaide St stop 23 opp DJ’s to Stop 20 Racecourse Road. (near lights to cross Kingsford Smith Drive)

Car:  Free street parking in streets around the Hamilton Hotel, and Riverview Tce

City Cat: Doubtful?

4 min walk upstream from City Cat terminal at Brett’s Wharf

Toilets at Town Hall in Rossiter Pde (near bus stop) and Hamilton Hotel and Portside Cruise Terminal

Cost $88 members and $93 non-members

Register and pay by Friday 27 May 2022

Covid 19 safety requirements. Only fully vaccinated passengers and crew to board the Lady Brisbane. As a safety measure, all passengers are asked to continue to wear their face mask when collecting their buffet meal (10 mins only) BYO travel mugs preferred (reduces disposable waste)

Notes have been prepared by Helen Gregory on a Few Significant Geographical and Historical Features. We have her permission to use.

I look forward to your company as we cruise the River which is a focal point of Brisbane.

Jeanette Lamont (co-ordinator)

The Royal Geographical Society of Queensland Ltd
Gregory Place, Level 1/28 Fortescue St, Spring Hill Qld 4000
Tel 07 3368 2066
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