What better way to discover Bribie Island then by its beautiful waterway known as the Pumicestone Passage that separates the mainland from paradise.

Bribie Island, located only 40 minutes north of Brisbane is known for its sensational beaches, coastal waterways, arts, culture, food and laid back nature. The Pumicestone Passage is a major attraction of this wonderful area attracting local, interstate and international tourists. We are privileged to be able to show you the beauty of Bribie Island on a smooth water cruise aboard The Ferryman.





We offer a variety of cruise options including two, three, and six hour cruises and an array of catering.

Our experienced Skipper will navigate the Pumicestone Passage with a running commentary enlightening guests of the historical qualities in the area. Camera and nature enthusiasts or sight-seeing fanatics will not be disappointed during a cruise aboard the Ferryman. The Pumicestone Passage inhabits mangroves, saltmarshes, sand flats, coastal dunes and seagrass meadows, making the perfect home to dugongs, dolphins, turtles and over 350 species of birds. The Pumicestone Passage also provides the most breath taking views of the Glass House Mountains with vistas of lush green rolling hills leading to the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. The Ferryman vessel is wheelchair friendly and allows for 55 people at one time undercover, with comfortable padded seating, open viewing decks and a fully licensed bar the Ferryman is sure to tick all your boxes. For more information about our individual cruises click here or to book your next cruise click here.