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         PS Murray Princess

With all the character and charm of yesteryear, the PS Murray Princess is the largest inland paddlewheeler in the southern hemisphere. Built specifically for the Murray River, this enchanting vessel offers a true authentic experience for anyone who cruises with her. Guests can expect a taste of a bygone era, with the grandeur and convenience of modern-day cruising. Accommodating up to 120 passengers, she evokes a sense of intimacy and offers passengers a unique river boat cruise experience through the captivating landscapes of Australia’s Outback. In addition to 60 suites, the vessel also has five passenger decks all named after the Murray River’s great pioneers, features include the dining room, a fully equipped gym, a library, gift shop, two bars and two lounges.

Murray River

The mighty Murray River is the third longest river in the world and stretches 2700km from the mountains of the Great Dividing Range in Victoria to Adelaide. Beginning with a mountain stream, Murray River formed into a meandering river encased in majestic forests of red gum and homes a plethora of wildlife including over 350 varieties of birds.

The Experience

Climb on board the remarkable paddlewheeler PS Murray Princess, for a unique cruise experience along the beautiful historic Murray River. Wind through the serene waters between Walker Flat and Murray Bridge as you drink in the spectacular riverlands, admiring the views of the ever-changing flora and fauna. Highlights of your three night adventure include on-shore excursions where you’ll relish close encounters with river birdlife on board the ‘Dragon-Fly’ boat, marvelling at the astounding landscapes during a nature walk and savouring fantastic flavours of this famous region.


The PS Murray Princess boasts 60 cabins and staterooms in three categories, all of which have a private en-suite bathroom, air conditioning, electric blankets and bath amenities including soap, shower gel and shampoo. Accommodations are serviced daily, with a nightly turn down service including pillow chocolates. Regardless of category, each cabin is approximately 12sq metres, just configured differently. Outside cabins and Staterooms also benefit from opening out onto the outside deck walkway.


On board, you’ll discover exceptional service from every member of the crew who are passionate about what they do and who delight in sharing their knowledge and stories with you. All staff are immaculately dressed and remain professional at all times, yet they are all personable and friendly to make sure guests feel relaxed and comfortable.


All meals take place in the Sturt Dining Room and is configured with long tables seating up to 14 guests. No matter where you sit, you’ll enjoy the picturesque views of the river and the passing landscapes, thanks to the large picture windows on each side that run the full length of the room. The room emits elegance with it’s dark rosewood panelling, detailed with bronze fittings; imitation gas lights and dark wood furniture. The food itself has a focus on traditional Australian cuisine with delicious seasonal menus including fresh local produce, from fish to chicken, quiche to pork cutlets and each meal is accompanied by tea or coffee.