River to Bay

Tour 12 Fraser Road, Northgate

Phone: 3517 4952


River to Bay is your passport to explore, linking the city of Brisbane to the natural wonders of Moreton Bay and Islands. Let their fleet of fast tour boats whisk you away to the bay in safety and comfort.

Their engaging cultural guides will share the stories of the Brisbane and Moreton Bay region from the dreamtime to the present.

With so many amazing sights within easy cruising range, River to Bay offers a range of themed tours to try to cover the highlights. While some tours focus on exploring nature with guided walks and snorkelling, others focus on heritage experiences or blazing a trail of seafood, wine and craft beer. All River to Bay tours feature scenic cruising and encounters with local Moreton Bay marine life.


Best of Moreton Bay Island Tour

Adventure cruise, swim, snorkel and bushwalk your way across three islands in one day. Discover stories of the diverse people of Brisbane and Moreton Bay. Explore historic ruins, rusty shipwrecks, deserted beaches, and spot kangaroos, koalas, turtles, dolphins, dugongs and more!

Brewery Tour

Experience the best Brisbane has to offer in the way of beer with River To Bay’s Brisbane River Brewery tours. Visit three of Brisbane's favourite breweries, while cruising along the Brisbane River.

Adult Rate

Cocktail Cruise

Enjoy Brisbane’s breathtaking skyline onboard River to Bay’s high-speed vessels and cruise to the city’s iconic cocktail bars with picturesque river views. The Cocktail Tour will take you on a river cruise stopping at some of Brisbane’s most scenic cocktail bars; Mary Mae’s, Will and Flow, Toscano Bar, or Fiume Bar at Crystalbrook Vincent.


Tangalooma Wrecks Guided Snorkel half day

Set sail across Moreton Bay from Brisbane in under an hour for a slice of heaven. Discover the hidden underwater paradise and snorkel the Tangalooma Wrecks with River to Bay. You’ll have the opportunity to swim alongside local marine life, whilst also learning about the wrecks, Moreton Island, Moreton Bay, and their importance to the locals and the region.