Sydney Harbour, with its gleaming waters, stunning foreshore and world-famous landmarks, is the perfect setting for a lunch cruise, a dinner cruise or a sightseeing cruise! It’s no wonder that Sydney Harbour Cruises are one of the most trending things to do in Sydney!
The perfect way to see Sydney’s unique sights is with a lunch cruise or a sightseeing cruise on the harbour. Go on board a luxury catamaran, a historic tall ship, an authentic paddlewheeler or a fancy glass boat. Gaze out at the impressive Harbour Bridge, the iconic Opera House and the historic Fort Denison. You’ll sail past Barangaroo, many exclusive beaches and bays around the harbour, Clark & Shark Islands, the smiling face of Luna Park and the million-dollar luxury homes that line the harbour foreshore. You get to compare and choose between luxury Sydney cruises that offer buffets, seated and served meals, sizzling BBQs, champagne brunches and the like!
Hop On Hop Off short cruises, perfect for people who want to get to know the city’s attractions a little better. With at least nine prime attractions on your Hop On Hop Off tour, you’re sure to walk away with a lot of information, some incredible sights and some unforgettable experiences!
As the sun sets over the magnificent harbour, you could experience high-quality dining while cruising past the Opera House and under the mighty Harbour Bridge. History buffs can go onboard an authentic wooden tall ship, helping to set the sails and enjoying some finger-food dinner. A more interesting option would be an entertainment dinner cruise with a 3-course dinner and a cabaret show on board an authentic paddlewheeler. Or if you’re looking for a fancy dinner to celebrate a special occasion, then the premium glass boats are the perfect choice for you!
Whale watching cruises are seasonal tours that take you across Sydney attractions before heading out past Sydney Heads in search of Humpback whales on their migratory journey to warmer climes. Killer whales and the even rarer albino humpback have also been spotted in recent years.
That’s quite a lot of exciting options we have out there. So, when are you going on a Sydney Harbour Cruise?