Things to do in Cronulla - National Park Ferry Boat Trips
Looking for things to do in Cronulla? Why not check out the ferry cruises available! Explore beautiful national parks and pristine beaches, all while enjoying the company of friends or family. There is a cruise perfect for everyone, so be sure to check them out today!
If you are looking for an alternative way to see the beautiful Cronulla Beach or some of Sydney’s most famous National Parks, consider taking a cruise with Cronulla and National Park Ferry Cruises.
All Cronulla ferry cruises are clean, modern vessels licensed for alcohol service. The Cronulla ferry cruises offer many dining options, including light snacks, hot & cold meals, freshly made sandwiches and delicious cakes. You can choose your Cronulla ferry cruise entertainment from the list below: – DJ on Friday night jazz cruises – Live bands on Saturday night jazz cruises. Live bands on Tuesday night Cronulla pub crawls – DJ on Sunday Cronulla sunset cruises – Trivia quiz on Cronulla Sunday Cronulla sunset cruises.
Every Cronulla ferry cruise is a fantastic way to enjoy the unspoilt natural beauty of Port Hacking, and we can even customise your Cronulla ferry cruise to suit you and your guest’s needs.
Some Facts about Cronulla and National Park Ferry Cruises
- Cronulla is a seaside suburb in Sydney, Australia
- National Park Ferry Cruises are open to the public and provide an opportunity for people to see these beautiful areas of Sydney
- The ferry cruises depart from Cronulla Wharf at 10 am on Saturdays and Sundays
- For more information about this event, please visit http://www.cronullaferries.com.au/
- Tickets can be purchased online or by phone 02 9555 8377
- This event is family-friendly and does not require additional tickets or reservations.
If you’d like to get a ferry, you can’t miss the pretty bayside village of Bundeena. It’s only half an hour from Circular Quay. Visitors can choose from a range of fantastic cruises. Cruises are great for family trips because you don’t have to worry about transportation or luggage, and the food is excellent.
On the four-hour Cruise, Swim’ n’ Dine, you will enjoy a short scenic cruise on Port Hacking. After arriving at a secluded beach and getting ready for your adventure in style (or if that’s not possible), there is time to swim or snorkel as one of Australia’s top chefs prepares an Aussie barbecue right offshore.
Getting to and from your cruise ship at the public wharf in Cronulla can be a breeze. You’ll find this beachside suburb 25 km south of downtown Sydney, near Town Hall train station, where you catch trains directly heading into town (or head out for some fantastic views). Onboard ferries also depart regularly from here, so there will always be an option no matter the time of day when planning begins.
If you are looking for a delightful day out or an alternative way to enjoy Sydney’s south coast beaches and waterways, look no further than the Cronulla National Park Ferry Cruises. There is something for everyone with cruises available on Port Hacking in Sydney’s south each season (between October through April). Whether you want to kick back with some Champagne Breakfast Cruise or Lunch Cruise during the weekdays, Bundeena via ferry on weekends. Swim ‘n’ dine at our Sunset Dinner Cruise while enjoying spectacular views of the sun setting over the ocean; this company has something that will suit your needs!
The Cronulla Ferries Map
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