Can you catch a ferry to Luna Park?

Can you catch a ferry to Luna Park?

F3 and F4 Ferries regularly alight at Milson’s Point Wharf (right in front of the Luna Park face) from Circular Quay and Darling Harbour. Ferry and ride packages are available by visiting one of Matilda’s Ticket Offices at Pier 26 Darling Harbour, King St Wharf 4 or Jetty 6 Circular Quay.

How much is ferry to Luna Park?

The cheapest way to get from Circular Quay Station to Luna Park is to ferry which costs $5 – $6 and takes 7 min.

Are ferries running to Parramatta?

Ferry services are running to normal timetables. Rydalmere Wharf .

Are Manly ferries operating today?

✅ The Manly – Circular Quay service continues to operate as per normal as it is an essential service. Our Manly – Circular Quay and Manly – Watsons Bay services are operating again today.

Which Wharf goes to Luna Park?

Milsons Point Wharf
Milsons Point Wharf is situated right in front of the iconic Luna Park Sydney face, please check the Transport NSW timetables for more details to plan your trip.

Are Sydney Ferries Cancelled?

The 5:40pm Circular Quay to Sydney Olympic Park ferry is cancelled due to a staff shortage. The 10:42pm Circular Quay to Pyrmont Bay & 11:10pm Pyrmont Bay to Circular Quay ferry services have been cancelled due to staff shortages.

Is Parramatta Wharf closed?

Parramatta Wharf will be closed during construction and alternative transport will be provided. Customers will be able to catch a temporary bus service, route 60F3, to Rydalmere Wharf, which will connect with F3 Parramatta River ferry services.

How many Manly ferries are there?

four Manly ferries
The current Harbour City Ferries fleet of four Manly ferries are known as the Freshwater class and comprise, in order of commissioning, the MV Freshwater, MV Queenscliff, MV Narrabeen, and MV Collaroy, which were commissioned between 1982 and 1988.

Which Wharf does the Manly Ferry leave from?

Circular Quay
Sydney’s brightest hidden gem is without doubt the iconic Manly Ferry, which departs from Circular Quay, Wharf 3, to Manly Cove.

What is the longest ferry ride in Sydney?

Circular Quay to Parramatta
Circular Quay to Parramatta (Via Olympic Park) The longest ferry trip in this list is the one from Circular Quay heading out to Parramatta in the west along the Parramatta River.

Do Sydney Ferries have toilets?

All ferries have toilet facilities including at least one wheelchair accessible toilet.

What is State Transit Sydney?

State Transit is one of the largest and most modern bus transport providers in Australia. As the only government bus company in NSW, we proudly move 200 million passengers a year around Sydney, getting them to their destination as quickly and safely as possible.

Who provides the ferry services in NSW?

The state’s ferry services are provided by both State Government and privately-owned operators. Ferries operate on major waterways, including Sydney Harbour and its tributaries, Pittwater, Brisbane Waters, Port Hacking and the Hunter, Clarence and Hawkesbury Rivers.

How many people ride the Sydney Ferries each month?

People have been travelling on Sydney Ferries for more than 135 years and today more than one million passengers ride the ferries every month.

How do I contact State Transit for NSW?

Transport for NSW, PO Box K659 Haymarket NSW 1240. Journalists can contact State Transit’s Media Unit on (02) 9298 6691.