Drinks (available to purchase)
When you’re in Sydney, the extraordinary experience of a dinner cruise on the Sydney Harbour should definitely be a part of your itinerary. Climb onboard a vessel and experience a multi-course meal paired with beverages, personalised service and some live music to add to the ambience. Read on to learn more about the different kinds of dinner cruises in Sydney.
The Sydney Opera House stands out on the Sydney skyline due to its unique architecture.
The iconic steel arch bridge towering across the Sydney Harbour is an unmissable sight as part of your tour.
This island is a heritage-listed naval base of the Australian forces.
Sail past the palatial official residence of the New South Wales governor.
A former military site and defence facility, the fort is now a heritage monument.
A small island and national park located within the Sydney Harbour, from where you can soak in some great views.
Enjoy a list of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options on the menu. The starters include dishes such as smoked salmon or a salad, while the main course would include meals such as Beef Loin, Roast Chicken or Middle Eastern Eggplants. End the meal with a delectable tart or pudding for dessert.
The menu for your dinner cruise can be found in your tickets while booking.
The first dinner cruise of the day leaves at 5 PM, and the last cruise departs at around 7:30 PM.
Dinner cruises usually end by 9:30 PM to 10:30 PM, giving you stunning views of Sydney’s nightlife from the sea.
The duration of your dinner cruise depends on the inclusions in your ticket.
Bus: The closest bus stop is the Circular Quay, served by Alfred St. Buses numbered 333, 392, 394, 396 and 397.
Train: Get off at Circular Quay Eastern Pontoon train station, which is the nearest station to the Sydney Harbour. Trains T2, T3, T4, and T8 run on this line.
Bus: The closest bus stop to Darling Harbour is on Harris Street. Buses 252, 288, 320, 333, 423, 500X, and 501 stop here.
Train: The closest light rails station to Darling Harbour is Wentworth Park and the trains SCO, T1, T4 and T8 stop here.
It is best to book your dinner cruise tickets online to avail the best deals.
Sydney Harbour dinner cruise tickets start from A$75 and can go up to A$600, depending on the type of cruise you pick.
Certain tickets are refundable 24 hours prior to departure, while others are non-refundable. Do check the cancellation policy for your cruise tickets while booking.
Yes, the cruise does include vegetarian options as part of the food menu.
Yes, house spirits and soft drinks are available as part of the dinner cruise.
As you sail on the Sydney Harbour, you can expect to see the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Shark Island, Fort Denison and more.