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Top 4 sydney Harbour Cruises

  • Boards 19:00
  • Departs 19:30
  • Returns 22:00
Get the best views of Sydney Harbour and enjoy a 4-course dinner on board the most entertaining dinner cruise on Sydney Harbour! More Details
  • 3hr Sydney Harbour Cruise | 4-Course Dinner
  • Priority Seating | Cabaret Show | Upgradable beverage pack
  • Full Price $189
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  • Online Deal $159
  • Boards 19:00
  • Departs 19:30
  • Returns 22:00
Sydney's spectacular dinner cruise & show since 1987. Millions of guests have experienced that 'life is a cabaret' with restaurant-quality dining More Details
  • 3hr cruise | Reserved individual table | 3-course choice menu
  • 1hr show ‘Voyage of Love’ | Air-conditioned vessel
  • Full Price $145
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  • Online Deal $117
  • Boards 18:45
  • Departs 19:15
  • Returns 01:15
All-inclusive package with 5-course dinner, premium drinks & prime views of Sydney Harbour events! More Details
  • 6hr 30min luxury glass boat | Prime views of Harbour events
  • 5-course gourmet menu & drinks | Boats at 50% Capacity
  • Full Price $1,100
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  • Online Deal $850
  • Boards 18:40
  • Departs 19:00
  • Returns 21:30
Cruise in elegant surrounds onboard Sydney 2000 or John Cadman II and enjoy a 3-course dinner, music & dazzling views of the Sydney attractions. More Details
  • Fully air-conditioned | Purpose-built cruising restaurant
  • 2.50 hr cruise | Dinner with live music | Brilliant views
  • Online Deal $159

sydney Harbour Cruise Categories

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Dinner Cruises

9 Cruises
From $66

Lunch Cruises

4 Cruises
From $135
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Party Cruises

4 Cruises
From $29
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Vivid Cruises

3 Cruises
From $95

Sydney Harbour

Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and is located on the coastal basin of the Tasman Sea. It boasts the world’s largest natural harbour and is bordered by the Blue Mountains in the west, the Hawkesbury River in the north and the Royal National Park in the south. Sydney’s coastline is lined with towering sandstone cliffs, sandy beaches, coves and estuaries, making it one of the most picturesque coasts in the world.

The Opera House and the Harbour Bridge are two man-made iconic structures that define the Sydney Harbour skyline, attracting millions of tourists every year.

Places of Interest
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Sydney Opera House
Darling Harbour
Royal Botanic Gardens
Koala Park Sanctuary
Taronga Zoo
Australian National Maritime Museum
Luna Park
Bondi Beach
Port Jackson

Sydney Harbour Cruises
Dinner Cruise with Live Show
Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb
The Rocks Aboriginal Heritage Tour
Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk
Blue Mountain Treks
Nature and Wildlife Tours

The Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport, the busiest airport in Australia, is located on Botany Bay, about 9 km from the city centre. Sydney is also connected to major Australian cities by excellent road and rail networks and is a popular port of call for ships.

Airport shuttles are the most reasonable form of transport to get to your city accommodation. Taxis and trains are available, but at a much higher cost.

If you’re in Sydney for some time, the MyMulti1 pass will come in handy as it can be used on trains, ferries, buses and trams. Trains are generally the best way to get around town and buses will take you to places that trains don’t go. Ferries and harbour cruises are the best way to see everything the harbour has to offer.

Sydney has a temperate climate that boasts warm summers and mild winters. This is a city that has been shaped by its geology with towering sandstone cliffs and gorges lining the coast. It boasts the world’s largest natural harbour, around which the city has developed.

But, the harbour still carries a certain level of contamination – a consequence of Sydney’s industrial past. Though the government and environmental agencies have slowed the flow of pollution and cleaned up a lot of the toxic chemicals, there is more work to be done.

The Sydney City Council is committed to preserving the harbour and its surrounds and maintain it as a desirable place for marine life and people.

Sydney has a dynamic mix of ethnically diverse people and is one of the most densely populated cities in Australia. The Sydney Region has an estimated population of 4,286,000, based on the findings of the 2011 census, of which, 45,725 are indigenous people.

Sydney has a disproportionately large concentration of migrant communities, in comparison to the numbers in Australia at large. The Lebanese, Fijian, Korean, Ghanaian and Nepalese communities are the visibly large population groups in Sydney.

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