Ex­plor­ing the Goul­burn River

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THE all new Goul­burn Ex­plorer was launched on Tues­day Novem­ber 12, 2013 by Alex Ch­er­nov, The Gov­er­nor of Vic­to­ria, and now of­fers visi­tors to Nagam­bie the op­por­tu­nity to travel from Nagam­bie town­ship via the Nagam­bie Lakes Leisure Park and Tah­bilk Win­ery to Mitchel­ton Wines, just in time for lunch at the newly ren­o­vated Muse restau­rant.

Mitchel­ton’s new River Boat Cruiser was built by Bald­win Boats of Mil­dura, spe­cial­is­ing in build­ing lux­ury house boats and cus­tom com­mer­cial ves­sels.

The Goul­burn Ex­plorer was specif­i­cally de­signed for the Goul­burn River with the con­sid­er­a­tion of width, depth and bridge heights.

Built 12 me­tres long and 6.6 me­tres wide, with a fully equipped li­cenced bar and both up­per and lower decks, the Goul­burn Ex­plorer is de­signed to carry 49 pas­sen­gers plus 4 staff mem­bers in­clud­ing skip­per and crew.

Cruises are de­signed to de­liver pas­sen­gers to Mitchel­ton Wines in time for lunch and a tast­ing at their newly ren­o­vated Cel­lar Door.

The Goul­burn Ex­plorer op­er­ates ev­ery weekend and daily dur­ing school hol­i­day pe­ri­ods from the first weekend in Septem­ber through un­til the last weekend in April, along with pri­vate group char­ters out­side of th­ese hours.

With this very unique of­fer­ing the Goul­burn Ex­plorer is set to be­come a tourism icon of Nagam­bie Lakes Wine Re­gion.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion and all book­ings please phone Mitchel­ton Wines on (03) 5736 2222 or Nagam­bie Lakes Leisure Park on (03) 5794 2373, or visit the Mitchel­ton web­site www.mitchel­ton.com.au/ goul­burn-ex­plorer.

While in the area, be sure to make time to stop into Nagam­bie to check out the re­cently un­veiled statue of famed Aussie race­horse Black Caviar which has caught the at­ten­tion of horse lovers and me­dia alike.

GO CRUIS­ING: The Goul­burn Ex­plorer is a chance to ex­plore a dif­fer­ent side of the Goul­burn River re­gion.

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