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Barangaroo fast ferry is the new direct service between Manly and Sydney’s newest and most exciting city precinct- Barangaroo. From the calm headland reserve to the urban energy of the retail centre. Barangaroo is a place to meet, work, dine or relax. Ferry transport specialists, Sea link, operate two fast vessels daily.
Whale watching season in Sydney has reached its halfway point with whales still swimming north to the warmer waters, but the first ones are already starting to return south as well. Two-way traffic just outside the harbour entrance.
Don’t miss out on this experience of a lifetime and jump aboard one of Whale watching Sydney’s cruises departing daily from Darling Harbour or Circular quay. Whale Watching Sydney are the obvious choice with more than 25years of experience watching whales and the best fleet of custom-built modern and fast whale watching vessels.
The three-hour Discovery cruise will take you on Sydney largest and best purpose-built whale watching, ensuring a smooth and comfortable ride over three levels with 360-degree wrap-around spacious decks.
When it comes to Sydney harbour sightseeing the My fast ferry 24hour hop on hop off pass offers great value and five different ferry services. You can visit all the popular harbour locations, Manly, Darling Harbour, Watsons Bay, Taronga Zoo, Fort Denison, Quarantine station, Circular Quay, Rose Bay, Pyrmont Bay and Milsons Point.
If you don’t have time to do it all, but still want to experience Sydney from the water, one-hour and two-hour cruises are also available daily with regular departures from Wharf 6 Circular Quay and Darling Harbour.
The ancestral stories of Aboriginal people explain their deep spiritual connection with the land, animals, sea and sky. On guided tours led by indigenous people, you’ll learn of the world’s oldest continuous culture and stories of the Dreamtime.
When the First Fleet arrived in Sydney in 1788 to establish a penal colony, more than 200 distinct Aboriginal languages were spoken across Australia. In Sydney, the Tribal Warrior cruise Sydney harbour explores the world of the original inhabitants of the Harbour foreshore.
On the Rocks dreaming aboriginal heritage tour you’ll learn about the origin of Dreamtime stories. The Royal botanic gardens Aboriginal Heritage Tour reveals how native plants are used for medicinal purposes. You’ll also get to sample some tasty bush tucker. Rare artefacts, including deadly weapons, are among 20, 000 items in the Australian Museum’s indigenous collection.
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