Cronulla and National Park Ferry Cruises has a range of cruises on the beautiful waters of Port Hacking in Sydney’s south. You can also get a ferry to the pretty bayside village of Bundeena, a gateway to the Royal National Park, one of the world’s oldest national park wildernesses.
Visitors can choose from delightful cruising experiences, including Champagne Breakfast Cruise, Lunch Cruise, Cruise Swim ’n’ Dine and a Sunset Dinner Cruise. Cruises operate between October and April. Reservations are essential for the cruises.
On the four-hour Cruise Swim ‘n’ Dine, you’ll enjoy a short scenic cruise on Port Hacking. After arriving at a secluded beach, you’ll have the opportunity to swim and snorkel as a professional chef prepares an Aussie barbecue on board.
Cruises and ferries depart from the Tonkin Street Public Wharf in Cronulla, a beachside neighbourhood 25 km south of the city centre. From Town Hall train station in the city, get a train directly to Cronulla. The wharf is near the train station in Cronulla.