Cruise In Style From Sydney
A cruise from Sydney is an unforgettable opportunity to embark on the journey of a lifetime. Marvel at the sparkling skyline and iconic landmarks, such as the Harbour Bridge or Opera House, before your adventure takes you up and down Australia’s East Coast or onto other South Pacific destinations like New Zealand, Fiji or Vanuatu. With this incredible experience comes all of life’s luxuries – take in breathtaking views while being pampered with entertainment and comfort for that perfect getaway weekend break!
When it comes to setting the scene for a dreamy cruise holiday, Sydney Harbour takes pride of place in Australia as its star port. This renowned tourist hub boasts not one but two dedicated passenger terminals that are situated perfectly amidst city sights and sounds – just make sure you know which terminal your ship is departing from!
Sydney Cruise Terminals
Overseas Passenger Terminal (OPT), Circular Quay
The OPT is conveniently located on the fringe of Sydney’s Central Business District, just off George and Argyle Streets. When cruise vessels are in port, drop-off or pick up services can be accessed within terminal grounds; however parking facilities are not provided at this location. Circular Quay train station and ferry wharf entrance points lie only two minutes away from the premises for easy accessibility by public transportation such as buses or taxis too! Ordinarily travel time to arrive here takes around 30 minutes but taking into consideration peak traffic periods please plan your journey allowing an hour.
White Bay Cruise Terminal, Balmain
Cruise from Sydney with the recently opened White Bay Cruise Terminal, conveniently located 6km away from the CBD and 17km from Sydney Airport, located near the iconic Anzac Bridge. Easily accessible via taxi, private vehicle or a cruise line transfer with passenger drop off and pick up available on-site. For added convenience passengers can take advantage of short-term parking for those with valid itineraries as well as various terminal facilities such as food and beverage kiosks.