Morning tea cruise
Freedom near RGYC
In the cockpit
Upper deck
Boarding Freedom
Cunningham Pier & Deakin University

Geelong Seniors' Groups Boat Cruises

Tour operated by: Freedom Bay Cruises

Address: Western Beach Road , Geelong, Victoria 3220

Mobile: 0418 522 328  


Freedom Bay Cruises has exclusive one hour morning or afternoon tea cruises from Monday to Friday for groups such as seniors and Probus clubs. Minimum of 30 passengers and a maximum of 60 passengers on the cruise. During the cruise staff serve tea, coffee, cakes and slices. A licensed bar is open while cruising for wine and beer to be purchased. Cost $15 per person.

Freedom also has a 90 minute exclusive Lunch Cruise. Sandwiches, juice or wine, cakes, tea and coffee with commentary is $30 per person. Minimum 25 passengers for this cruise.

Payment methods accepted

Cash Only  EFTPOS  MasterCard  VISA Card 

Days of operation

Exclusive Cruises

Departure details: 01/09/13 - 31/05/14

Tour starting location

Western Beach Road

Mode of transport

  • Motor Vessel


  • Birdwatching
  • City sightseeing
  • Cruising
  • Dolphin watching


  • Boat
  • Food and Wine


  • Car park
  • Crewed charter
  • Public transport
  • Waiting area


  • English

Families, visitors and locals can enjoy a relaxing cruise around Corio Bay on board Freedom Bay Cruises.

Freedom is a 14 and a half metre catamaran with upper and lower decks and viewing areas on the bow and stern. There are options to be outside or under cover.

The one hour cruise is a great introduction to Geelong's award winning waterfront and history. During the cruise you will see yachts under sail and ship movements in the port. Dolphins and jellyfish are a highlight for everyone and the kids can have their photo taken in the captain's chair at the helm. A commentary and slide show enhances the cruise experience.

Cruises depart from Steampacket Quay, near Cunningham Pier, Geelong at 11am, 1pm and 3pm. Tickets can be purchased at the boat.

Cruises operate on weekends from September to May and bookings are recommended on the day. A licensed bar and kiosk is open during the cruise to purchase drinks, chips and souvenirs.

Access to the vessel is via a gangway and four steps and there is ample seating for up to 60 passengers. The cruise is suitable for all ages with room for prams and wheelie frames.

Freedom also operates group cruise Monday to Friday offering morning and afternoon teas and lunches. Private parties can be booked for up to 60 passengers seven days a week.


  • Australian Regional Tourism Network
  • Charter Vessel Association
  • Visitor Information Centre

How to get here

Great Ocean Road