Sydney Ferries is the public transport ferry network serving the city of Sydney, New South Wales.Services operate on Sydney Harbour and the connecting Parramatta River.The network is controlled by the New South Wales Government's transport authority, Transport for NSW, and is part of the authority's Opal ticketing system.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sydney_Ferries
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Sydney Ferries is the public transport ferry network serving the city of Sydney, New South Wales.Services operate on Sydney Harbour and the connecting Parramatta River.The network is controlled by the New South Wales Government's transport authority, Transport for NSW, and is part of the authority's Opal ticketing system.
How to pay for your ferry trip. You can pay for your ferry trip in Sydney using your Opal card on Sydney Ferries where you can take advantage of all the Opal benefits. If you don’t have your Opal card you can use an Opal single trip ticket or a contactless credit or debit card or linked device to tap on and tap off.
Some of the Sydney ferries have been replaced - but they still have the iconic look of the old ferries. Time tables are changing late September, but I can recommend this type of travel when in Sydney...
- Circular Quay, 2000, New South Wales
Sydney's new ferries, which won't be able to accommodate passengers on the upper deck when they pass under two bridges. Credit: John Bennett But passengers seated on the top deck will need to be ...
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- Cockatoo Island. Named for the noisy sulphur-crested parrots who squawk their ownership at high-decibels, this is the largest island in Sydney's harbour – 18 hectares in size and set at the intersection of the Parramatta and Lane Cove rivers – and was an Aboriginal fishing spot before it was turned into a prison to house convicts from Norfolk Island.
- Darling Harbour. If you’re after a bite-sized taste of the beauty of the Sydney ferries experience, the trip to Darling Harbour from Circular Quay lasts about twenty minutes and scoots you under the Harbour Bridge and around the Opera House, often via the gourmet village of Balmain, with its nexus of bars, cafés and restaurants.
- Manly. For 155 years, the Manly Ferry has been the classic Sydney adventure. Today, stepping aboard one of these noble crafts bound for lunching, walking, shopping or beaching experiences is to know why Manly is “seven miles from Sydney, a thousand miles from care.”
- Cronulla to Bundeena. While a few scenic cruises chugg out of Cronulla Wharf, the fleet’s star is the hourly ferry to Bundeena. The adorable green, yellow and white vessel dedicated to the route, the Curranulla, has been powering across Port Hacking to the Royal National Park since 1939, making it the longest operating ferry in Australia.
Sydney Ferries is a brand name for a commuter ferry service operated by Harbour City Ferries across Sydney Harbour, Australia using seven distinguishable ferry classes. Currently, Sydney Ferries operates 32 vessels, with the oldest continually operating ships dating to the mid-1980s, and the youngest of the fleet dating to 2017.VesselClassServiceCapacityMay GibbsEmerald2017400BungareeEmerald2017400PemulwuyEmerald2017400Victor ChangEmerald2017400
Aug 24, 2020 · Sydney's new ferries, which won't be able to accommodate passengers on the upper deck when they pass under two bridges. Credit: John Bennett But the RiverCat ferries, which have been running ...
The heart of the Sydney Ferry System is Circular Quay which is also located on the City Circle Ring for Sydney Trains. There are 5 Ferry Wharfs at the Quay from where Ferries depart for and return from 37 different locations throughout Sydney's beautiful harbour and inland along the Parramatta River.