Sydney Harbour Ferry Cruises – See What It’s Like
Sydney Harbour Ferry Cruises – There’s an abundance of ways to see the beautiful Sydney Harbour but have you ever considered taking one of the Sydney Ferries to explore our harbour?
Sydney Harbour Ferry Cruises – More than just another mode of transportation
Many visiting Sydney from abroad probably wouldn’t even think of taking a Sydney Ferry to see the sights around Sydney Harbour. Taking a Sydney Harbour Ferry Cruise is FUN! Sure, there’s no bar on board or running commentary but if you want a quick trip to take in the sun and see this beautiful harbour and all it has to offer then you shouldn’t miss this. It’s hard to imagine what it would be like getting to take a cruise across the harbour every day from Manly in to the city – Certainly beats the hustle and bustle of commuter traffic.
The main ferry run is between Circular Quay in the city and Manly on the other side. It is easy to navigate your way down to Circular Quay when you are in the city CBD. All you need to do is follow George St down towards the Rocks area and you will be at Circular Quay before you know it.
Sydney Harbour Ferry Cruises – Main Destinations
The Sydney Harbour Ferry Cruises operate from wharves 2 to 6 from Circular Quay. Sydney Ferries go to:
- Taronga Zoo
- Neutral Bay
- Watsons Bay
- Darling Point