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Cronulla & National Park Ferry Cruises

Cronulla & National Park Ferry CruisesNearby City

4.5/52 Reviews
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"Water Sports"
Sunday - Saturday am 8:30 - pm 5:00days: Sunday - Saturday, times: am 8:30 - pm 5:00, (Local time)
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"This summer in Sydney is really surprisingly hot. As a tourist, I really found a cool place today. Local friends took me to this Cronulla & National Park Ferry Cruises for a cruise. Once you get to the beach, it cools down immediately, and the cool sea breeze drives away the impetuosity. The clear, clean water caught my eyes at once, and my thoughts immediately stopped in the water. This company provides several cruise projects. Today I took the ferry from Cronulla to Bundeena. This is the oldest ferry in Australia to date. The MV Curranulla began operation in 1939 and transports 200,000 passengers (including local residents, students, tourists, etc.) each year. Carl Carl, owner of the MV Curranulla, said: “As of 2014, the MV Curranulla has traveled 40 times around the equator.” Haha, not only by boat, although the boat is not very large, you can experience the testimony. The historical ship is also good. I feel like I have become a part of this history. I also took the boat in Darling Harbour. The scenery in Darling Harbour is indeed intoxicating. Compared with that, this time I took the boat to experience the local local customs of Australia. The crew here is extremely friendly and smiles silly, just like the sea, as if you can see through at a glance. Cronulla train station is only 3 minutes away, which is very convenient. Oh, the ticket cost only $6.4."
Sea Sydney Harbour

Sea Sydney HarbourNearby City

4.5/52 Reviews
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"Water Sports"
"Other Sightseeing Tours"
Monday - Friday am 9:00 - pm 5:00days: Monday - Friday, times: am 9:00 - pm 5:00,days: Saturday, times: am 10:00 - pm 4:00, (Local time)
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"There are many seaports in the downtown area of Sydney. Sea Sydney Harbour is one of them. If you take the City Rail, get off at Circular Quay. I used to mistake Circular Quay as centrl station when writing about Sydney Harbour, Circular Quay and the old customs building. It is quite convenient to take a ferry to and from the various ports in the city. The ferry is part of public transportation in Sydney, and it is very convenient to swipe the Opal card. Almost all ferries depart from Sea Sydney Harbour, which is a veritable water hub in Sydney. I think that the ferry is on time, there is no traffic jam, and sightseeing is possible. But sometimes the ferry schedule is fixed and the sailing schedule is not appropriate, so rail transit is chosen. The port is close to the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, and is full of tourists. There are also fast food restaurants, cold drinks stalls, and a tourist service center in the harbour, and there will be street performers performing on site. Pedestrians flowed endlessly throughout the port. There is also an old customs building to the south of the port, which is an ancient building, open to the public and free to visit. However, it has been developed commercially and there is nothing particularly worth visiting. It's okay to take a stroll by the way, not worth visiting."
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