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After a quick trip down to the ship loader and stats and info on bauxite it’s across the water way to look at crocs, birds, dolphins and turtles.
With fun and knowledge this is a delivery that is well worthwhile. Times vary with the tides....More
Thanks to Dave for a thoroughly enjoyable and informative cruise. We saw an abundance of wildlife and I feel like an authority on crocodiles and the mining around Weipa now. One of the highlights of our holiday.
A lovely couple took a group of us cruising the harbour at Weipa. They were local people with lots of interesting knowledge of the bauxite industry and local fauna and flora. 2 hours well spent with some great photos of the sunset on my camera....More
We took a late morning croc-tour which is dependent on the tide. We saw 6 crocodiles & had a very interesting & detailed talk from the driver of the boat. We saw several birds including 3 young jabiru chicks & a parent bird. Highly recommended....More
Thanks captain Dave for a fantastic afternoon on your sunset tour. We had a group of 7 ranging from my grandmother to my 3 year old daughter and we all had a fantastic time, the town history and and local knowledge was fantastic and we...More
I took the 4.30pm tour from Evan's Landing Weipa on Thursday 16/8/18. We had a great guide who was extremely informative about the local area and local wildlife. He was willing to answer any questions we had and went out of his way to make...More
We decided to do the Sunset tour and it was great and very informative and the wine and nibbles were very yummy. But we didn't see any crocodiles. So the owners kindly let us do a low tide tour the next day and it was...More
4.30 departure from Evans Landing, takes visitors out into Albatross Bay, learning about bauxite mining and the shipping transport. A lazy time crossing into a creek area where we were all hopeful of spotting a croc or too but no luck as the tide was...More