Departs From ForsaythGorge & Glass Bridge

Cobbold Gorge is one of nature’s wonders, tucked away in the savannah outback. To get there from Forsayth, it’s a 43km drive on formed gravel road. Day tours can be booked to and from Forsayth, which includes transport to Cobbold Village, Cobbold Gorge and back again. This tour includes the award-winning, 3-hour Cobbold Gorge tour. Highlights include an escarpment walk and wander on Australia’s first fully glass bridge which spans the 13m gap of the gorge. A 45-minute boat cruise through the gorge and interesting historical, botanical and cultural commentary, as well as 4WD transport from Cobbold Village to Cobbold Gorge. The day tour from Forsayth also includes lunch at Cobbold Village, please advise dietary requirements at time of booking. NB: You may also choose to visit and stay at Cobbold Village. For more information on staying and exploring at Cobbold Gorge visit their site www.cobboldgorge.com.au

Forsayth Day TourCobbold Gorge & Village

The Cobbold Gorge Day Tour with transfers to and from Forsayth, operates every Tuesday and Thursday, between April and October. It departs from the Goldfields Hotel at 10am and returns at around 5.30pm. Times may vary and this tour is strictly subject to availability, so contact us in advance to make enquiries.

Cobbold Day Visitor Gorge Tour - Ex Forsayth With Transfers Included - 2020 Rates
ADULT - Day Tour ex Forsayth Transfers $158 Enquire
CHILD* - Day Tour ex Forsayth Transfers $79 Enquire
FAMILY* - Day Tour ex Forsayth Transfers $427 Enquire

*Children aged 5-15 years. Under 5 is free. Family Rate is 2 Adults + up to 4 children.

Forsayth Tours and Attractions

The Facts What You Need To Know And Bring

  • The Cobbold Gorge Tour is a 3-hour tour. This time includes an escarpment walk, a boat cruise through the gorge and time taken for travel/loading and unloading of guests in vehicles.
  • Guests are transported to Cobbold Gorge from Cobbold Village, in an air-conditioned 4WD bus and provided with commentary.
  • Toilet facilities are located in the Interpretive Centre at Cobbold Gorge, where guests will be before participating in the walk.
  • The walk component of the tour runs for approximately 1-hour 15-minutes to 1-hour 30-minutes. Timing depends on the fitness and speed of the group and how many questions are asked, whilst stopping to interpret the geology, flora and fauna along the way. The walk is relatively easy with the reward of a magnificent view of the gorge below. However, guests may choose to sit it out (wait by the boats) or opt for a seat halfway.
  • The boat cruise runs for 45-minutes. This is mostly silent, with commentary when necessary. It does not matter which end of the boat guests sit at, as the boat faces the opposite way on the return journey (motor at each end).
  • Please wear closed in walking shoes, a sun smart hat, sunscreen and bring a water bottle, which can be refilled during the tour.
  • Don’t forget to bring your camera with plenty of memory available, you’ll need it.

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