SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE: TRIVIA & FUN FACTS

If you’re planning a trip to the Sydney Opera House, you might already know it’s one of the world’s most iconic structures. But here’s the thing: there’s more to this Aussie gem than meets the eye. We’ve rustled up some trivia and fun facts about the Sydney Opera House that’ll leave you amazed.

A Shell-ter of Stories, Mate!

The Opera House isn’t just a pretty face; it’s got stories to tell. Did you know it took a whopping 16 years to build? From 1959 to 1973, they worked diligently and with great determination to assemble the iconic shells that you see today.


A Star-Studded Opening Night

When the Opera House finally flung open its doors in 1973, the first performer was none other than Paul Robeson. The famous singer belted out some tunes, making it an unforgettable night. The Opera House has been hosting A-listers ever since.

More Than an Opera House

While it’s got “Opera” in its name, the place isn’t just about singing. You can catch ballet, theatre, and even rock concerts under those iconic sails. It’s a versatile venue!


Acoustic Marvels

Now, the Opera House isn’t just a looker; it’s a listener, too – one of the world’s most iconic monuments, and a symphony to the senses. With over one million tiles, its shells are designed to create the perfect sound. You’ll hear every note, even the didgeridoo’s drone!

Best View from the Water

Here’s a genuine piece of advice for you: one of the best views of the Opera House is from the water. Hop on a harbour cruise, and you’ll get a stunning view. It’s like seeing an old friend from a whole new angle.


Jørn Utzon: The Man Behind the Shells

The genius behind those iconic sails is a Danish architect named Jørn Utzon. His design won the competition to build the Opera House, and he created a masterpiece. He’s like the Picasso of the architectural world.


A World Heritage Treasure

In 2007, the Sydney Opera House secured a position on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It’s not just a national treasure; it’s a global one! That’s right, it’s not just a local legend; it’s a globally renowned marvel.

Shelling Out for Repairs

Remember those tiles we mentioned earlier? Well, they’re not all the same colour. They come in a few shades and replacing them is like fitting together a giant jigsaw puzzle. The Opera House shells get a touch-up every now and then to keep them looking fresh.



In conclusion, when you visit the Sydney Opera House, you’ll have the opportunity to discover its fascinating history and appreciate its versatile functions. To wrap it up, don’t forget the golden rule – the best view of the Opera House is from the water on a harbour cruise. The views are particularly spectacular at sunset, as the golden hues of the sun cast a magical glow on the iconic sails.

Get up close and personal with this icon and take in the sunset view of the Opera House from the water with a traveller favourite – the Sunset & Sparkle Harbour Cruise. Your departure location is conveniently located near the Opera House steps, offering you the opportunity to admire this landmark from both the land and water with just one tick. ✅ So, set sail, soak in the sights, and enjoy your visit!

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TOP 10 MUST-SEE ATTRACTIONS ON SYDNEY HARBOUR

Sydney Harbour, with its iconic landmarks and breathtaking views, is a true gem of Australia. Whether you’re a local or a tourist, exploring this stunning harbour is a must-do experience. From the world-famous Sydney Opera House to hidden coves and lush islands, Sydney Harbour offers a diverse range of attractions that cater to all tastes.

In this guide, we’ll take you on a journey to uncover the top 10 must-see attractions on Sydney Harbour.

SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE: Climb to the Sky

For a thrilling adventure, embark on the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb. Ascend this colossal steel structure and be rewarded with panoramic views of the harbour, the city, and the Blue Mountains in the distance. For a fresh angle of discovery, cruise under the magnificent iron structure – here you will see the engineering brilliance and marvel at the icon’s true size.

SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE: An Architectural Marvel

The Sydney Opera House is an architectural masterpiece that graces countless postcards and travel brochures. Its unique design, resembling billowing sails, is an iconic symbol of Sydney and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a guided tour to explore its inner workings and learn about its fascinating history.

TARONGA ZOO: Wildlife Wonderland

Located on the shores of the harbour, Taronga Zoo offers a chance to meet Australia’s unique wildlife. See kangaroos, koalas, giraffes, elephants and platypuses, and enjoy stunning views of the city skyline from within the zoo. Take a ride on the Sky Safari – one of Taronga’s most loved experiences.

FORT DENISON: A Historical Gem

A former prison and defensive structure, Fort Denison offers a glimpse into Sydney’s colonial history. Explore the fort’s museum and enjoy a guided tour to discover its secrets. The island also offers stunning harbour views and picnic spots.

SHARK ISLAND: A Secluded Oasis

Escape the city’s hustle and bustle on Shark Island, a peaceful oasis in the middle of the harbour. Enjoy a leisurely picnic, swim in crystal-clear waters, and take in the picturesque views of Sydney’s skyline. Fun fact – an aerial shot shows exactly how this harbour island got its name.

COCKATOO ISLAND: Industrial Heritage

Cockatoo Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was once a bustling shipyard and prison. Today, it’s a haven for history buffs and art enthusiasts. Explore the convict precinct, tunnels, and art installations that pepper the island.

WATSONS BAY: Scenic Beauty

Watsons Bay, at the harbour’s entrance, is a picturesque destination with stunning beaches and cliffs. Enjoy a seafood feast at the renowned Doyles on the Beach restaurant and take in the panoramic views of the harbour. The beach is a great place to take a dip in the ocean after exploring the bay and its surroundings.

THE ROCKS: Historic Charm

The Rocks is one of Sydney’s oldest neighbourhoods, where history comes to life. Stroll along cobblestone streets, visit historic pubs, and browse local markets for artisanal goods. It’s a charming step back in time.

SYDNEY AQUARIUM: Underwater Wonders

Discover the wonders of the deep at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium. Walk through glass tunnels surrounded by sharks, rays, and colourful fish. It’s a fascinating underwater adventure for the whole family, and much loved by the kids.

MANLY BEACH: Surfer’s Paradise

No visit to Sydney is complete without a trip to Manly Beach. Hop on a ferry and head to this iconic surf spot. Enjoy the waves, stroll along the Corso, and soak up the laid-back beach vibes. This magical beach spans 3km, so there is plenty of space to spread a towel and enjoy the soft golden sand.


Sydney Harbour is a treasure trove of attractions that cater to a wide range of interests. Whether you’re drawn to history, wildlife, adventure, or simply relaxing by the water, Sydney Harbour has something for everyone.

Exploring the top 10 must-see attractions on Sydney Harbour is undoubtedly an unforgettable experience. However, if you truly want to make the most of your visit, there’s no better way than to experience Sydney Harbour from onboard a boat. By doing so, you can enjoy these remarkable sights from a unique perspective, savouring the harbour’s beauty at your own pace.

Get in touch with the Sea Sydney Harbour team to discover private and tour boating options and embark on a journey that will leave you with cherished memories of Sydney’s stunning harbour.

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LET’S EXPLORE VIVID SYDNEY

BYO Vivid Sydney Cruise - Kirralee

Vivid lights are our favourite part of the Winter festival! The light show spreads across the city – from the Sydney Opera House area to Darling Harbour and beyond, across the Sydney Harbour Bridge and to the North Sydney areas, and it even spreads over to Taronga Zoo. On a clear night, the lights can be seen from over 6km away from high areas in Sydney.

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After 10 years of lighting up the city, Vivid Sydney was confirmed to be the biggest festival of lights in the world with 2.4 million people attending in 2019 and each year thereafter, increasing further. 


6 INTERESTING BEHIND THE SCENES VIVID FACTS

  • Inspiration for the creation of this festival struck, after one of the creators, Anthony Bastic, saw beautiful, illuminated buildings in London. 
  • It takes 5.2km of network cable to light up the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the city. 
  • It takes 6 weeks to set up for the festival, with the Sydney Harbour Bridge display solely taking 3 weeks to set up. Planning and creating the artworks takes 11+ months. 
  • Each year Destination NSW receive over 200 artist applications. 
  • Approximately 800 volunteers are engaged to make this event possible.
  • Since 2019, the festival has been 100% green power.


TOP WAYS TO EXPLORE THE VIVID LIGHTS

Walk & Explore – If you are a keen walker and explorer, you can walk along the 8.5km Vivid Light Walk, following the light displays through Circular Quay, The Rocks, Walsh Bay, Barangaroo and Darling Harbour. Get up close and personal with the sculptures, take photos and interact with the artworks. If you need a break, you can always stop at one of the many restaurants or bars along the way. 



Cruise & Relax – If you prefer a more relaxed atmosphere to see the lights, with fewer crowds and physical activity, then viewing the Vivid lights from a boat is a great option. The view from the water is glamourous, as the water glistens, and the building lights shine and sparkle. It’s a great way to see the Vivid lights without the busyness of the city, and cruising on a smaller vessel allows you to cruise close to the shoreline, offering some picturesque Instagram-able shots of the Vivid displays.

Sea Sydney Harbour offers cruising experiences for a range of budgets including ticketed and private hire options. Cruises run throughout the festival on Kirralee, Heaven and Fleetwing II. All experiences are great for corporate and team gatherings, or to simply share a sparkling night out with your family and friends. Start or end your night out with a Vivid Sydney Harbour Cruise!  

There is also the option to upgrade your booking to a Cruise & Dine Package, which includes a delicious dinner at Jounieh Walsh Bay.


Vivid Sydney 2023 runs from Friday 26th May through to Saturday 17th June 2023. Secure your ticket on board and experience Vivid Sydney from the water – this is not a boat you want to miss! 

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FUN FAMILY WATER ACTIVITIES

SPECIAL EDITION 3 - NAUTICAL FUN FOR ISOLATION

As we navigate new waters in this extraordinary time, Sea Sydney Harbour has created a special cruise package to combat those isolation feels, while adhering to government and social distancing guidelines – the Sail, Paddle, Fish Family Cruise‘.

While staying at home and social distancing has now become the norm for Australians and much of the world, there is no doubt that if you are working from home, homeschooling children and also spending your spare time at home, it might all become a little overwhelming at times and you might need to get out of your four walls for a short period. With Australia showing positive signs towards the road of recovery and restrictions starting to ease, the Sea Sydney Harbour team are keen to share their passion for boating and the joy of Sydney Harbour.

This special Sail, Paddle, Fish Family Cruisehas been designed to keep you and your family/household active, healthy and safe on the water with a 2 or 3-hour private cruise on Sydney Harbour. Enjoy 360° uninterrupted views of the most beautiful harbour in the world, participate in sailing, paddleboarding and/or fishing in a quiet cove, and enjoy the fresh Sydney air and sunshine.

Each of these water-based activities are currently permitted under the Public Health Order. To maintain the highest level of safety and hygiene and adhere to social distancing guidelines, the cruise is limited to residents of one household (family or friends) and caters for up to 6 people. Bookings are available 7 days a week for a limited time.

Discover more and book online today or contact the team for further information.


Best Day Out – Guaranteed!
“Have been out many times on Sea Sydney Harbour’s boats and it is the best day out! The team is super professional and are guaranteed to create the best vibe for any celebration. Thank you team! Cannot wait for my next cruise.”

Alina L


To find out more information contact the Sea Sydney Harbour team – email info@seasydneyharbour.com.au or phone +61 452 188 739.

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VIVID SYDNEY IS BACK !

The following post has been written by the Sea Sydney Harbour team to provide information on Vivid Sydney and promote their Vivid Sydney Harbour Cruises. 

The speculation and travel plans have been happening for some months now, but it’s only recently been confirmed that Vivid Sydney is set to return for 2019! For it’s 11th year running Vivid Sydney is set to dazzle our beautiful city!

Vivid Sydney is an annual festival of lights, music and ideas. The vibrant outdoor festival attracts millions of visitors to Sydney, with the iconic Sydney Opera House being a key focal point of the festival. The array of light installations around Sydney are amazing, and the water is certainly a great place to experience the festival and fun vibes.

This year Sea Sydney Harbour is excited to announce THE LAUNCH of a NEW INTIMATE HARBOUR CATAMARAN CRUISE on board vessel Fleetwing II.

 

THE VESSEL

Fleetwing II is a luxury 16 metre motor catamaran cruiser that can accommodate for up to 46 guests. Consisting of four deck areas, with upper and lower deck spaces, a large internal cabin and easily accessible bow area, the vessel can be enjoyed in comfort in all weather conditions. The vessel has a modern and sophisticated vibe, with an on board bar and plenty of room to enjoy the harbour views and Vivid lights.

 

AN INTIMATE VIVID SYDNEY CRUISE

See the spectacular sights and sounds and enjoy the scenic views of Sydney’s enlightened buildings and landmarks. Enjoy the water, see the lights and landmarks and skip the crowds with a harbour cruise departing on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings throughout the festival period.

What’s included?

  • A 90 minute cruise aboard Fleetwing II with an experienced skipper and crew (maximum passenger numbers of 46)
  • Delicious canapés + 1 complimentary beverage per person (further drinks can be purchased on board)
  • Convenient pick up and drop off location at Towns Place Wharf

This intimate cruising experience is perfect to bring along the whole family, or to enjoy with friends or colleagues, as you take in the breathtaking views of Sydney and the spectacular Vivid Sydney light display.

 

DON’T MISS THE BOAT !

As the festival continues to grow each year there are more and more sites to see from the water and harbour cruises are becoming a popular way to see the lights. No more walking through the crowded streets – jump on a boat and experience the fun from the water!

Vivid Sydney 2019 runs from Friday 24th May through to Saturday 15th June 2019. Secure your ticket on board and be sure not to miss the boat!

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5 FUN FACTS ABOUT THE SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE

Captain Frank has been skippering vessels on Sydney Harbour for a number of years now and his knowledge of the harbour is vast. However last year he began exploring the harbour with a tourist cap on his head and he discovered some new and fun facts about the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Also known as the ‘Coathanger’, the bridge is iconic to Sydney Harbour and the views from the water are outstanding. It is the world’s largest steel arch bridge and one of Australia’s most well-known and photographed landmarks.

BUT DID YOU KNOW…

1. The Harbour Bridge is actually an optical illusion. Despite the bridge looking to be curved each piece that makes up the bridge is actually straight.

2. The top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge arch actually rises and falls about 180mm (18cm) due to changes in the temperature! There are special hinges in the arch top that allow for this movement.

3. Ever wondered why the Sydney Harbour Bridge is grey? When the bridge was built, grey was the only available colour in a large enough quantity to paint the entire span of the bridge. 272,000 litres of paint were required to give the bridge its initial paint. 

4. Before the opening of the bridge in 1932, up to 96 steam locomotives were positioned in various ways to test the load capacity of the bridge.

5. While the bridge is certainly a Sydney icon today, at the time of construction, approximately 800 families living in the planned path of the Harbour Bridge were displaced without any compensation (certainly not a fun fact, but definitely an interesting one!)

With the Sydney Harbour Bridge now carrying eight vehicle lanes (more than 160,000 vehicles cross the bridge daily), two train lines, a footway and a cycleway, as well as providing the opportunity for Sydney locals and visitors to climb the top of the bridge, imagining Sydney without this icon is not even possible!

The views from the water are absolutely stunning and no matter how many times Captain Frank and the team cruise under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, it is still amazing and its wow factor stands strong. You can join Captain Frank and the team on either a private sightseeing cruise or a scheduled harbour tour – we guarantee Sydney Harbour and the views from the water will impress you!

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A BLANKET OF FIRE AND BEAUTY

Captain Frank invited a friend out on the Sydney Harbour Sunset & Sparkle Cruise upon the product’s initial launch… So we decided to share her write up!

BY ANNIE B.

As a Sydney-sider I am often treated to a spectacular sunset, with glorious pink and red hues being spread across the sky like a blanket of fire. To say I am spoilt with views is an understatement, as these amazing sunset displays come out for show.

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Absolutely spectacular colours spread across the sky as the sun sets on a Summer evening. Image – Sea Sydney Harbour.

 

With Sydney having such vivid sunsets, the next question is where is the best place to capture such a picturesque occasion from? Of course we want the best vantage point so we have the footage to share across social media.

Scrolling through the internet searching for the answer to this question… well it seems that such a discussion is open for debate, with many personal opinions being listed and with the images shared, it’s hard to say they are wrong. Put simply, Sydney has amazing sunsets and there seems to be a number of great spots to capture these from!

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Capturing this amazing sunset over Sydney from Athol Bay. Image – Sea Sydney Harbour

 

On this note, a common feature I did notice from the array of listed locations that I sifted through, was that many selected Sydney spots – Watsons Bay, Manly, Cockatoo Island, Sydney Opera House and a number of key harbour side hotels and restaurants – had one thing in common, Sydney Harbour. Thinking about it, the sun does look better glistening off the water.

Just when I thought the idea of a Sydney sunset could not get much better, the opportunity arose for me to experience a gorgeous sunset aboard a harbour cruise. Wow!! To say the least, this was like front row seats at the opera, side line seats at the footy grand final and rooftop seats for an eclipse. Not only did I view the gorgeous sunset from a prime location, but I enjoyed a cruise around the harbour, where I relaxed, grazed on some nibbles and enjoyed a glass of champagne.

Cruising the harbour and watching the sun setting underneath the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Image - Sea Sydney Harbour.
Cruising the harbour, watching the sun set underneath the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Image – Sea Sydney Harbour.

 

For the keen photographer, the lover of relaxation, the explorer of Sydney – the sun setting over Sydney Harbour is definitely a dream setting; a blanket of fire and beauty.

The Sunset & Sparkle Harbour Cruise that I got to experience is certainly one to put into the schedule on your next visit to Sydney!

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JUMP (OR PADDLE) ON BOARD!

It’s the latest craze to hit the beaches, it’s cool and core-friendly – so we’ve decided it’s definitely time to jump (or paddle) on board! Our Captain’s been practising… and he’s not quite there yet, but I’m sure he will get the hang of it soon!

Stand-Up Paddle (SUP) boarding is an excellent way to bond with friends and family, while keeping active, fit and building core strength. Suitable for all fitness levels, it’s a fun water activity that is making waves – literally!

Sea Sydney Harbour has recently added two inflatable Stand-Up Paddle Boards to its portfolio and we’re so excited for the Summer season and fun activities to begin! These can be added to any daytime private charter booking for some additional fun, and fun is definitely what you will have!

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One of the new Inflatable Stand-Up Paddle Boards. Image – Sea Sydney Harbour

Jump in the water for a swim, and enjoy the use of paddle boards, pool noodles and the fun of beach balls bouncing around! What better way to spend your Summer Sydney days!

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A RE-ENERGISED LOVE

Melissa (a relative of Captain Frank) shares her views of Sydney upon returning for a visit after a few years of life overseas. Here’s her story!

by melissa balzan

I arrived after a long separation – 9 months since we last met, and before that, we had parted for 12 months. My relationship with Sydney seems to be one of love and aversion: when I am here for too long, I wish to leave; and when I am away, I can only dream of my return. Though this time, there seems to be a new energy in the city of Sydney – within which I wish to indulge.

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One of Sydney’s many landmarks – the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Luna Park – captured against the beautiful blue skies. Image – Sea Sydney Harbour

 

Sydney is known around the world for its beauty: its landmark Harbour Bridge and Opera House, its warm golden beaches, and its friendly and down-to-earth Aussies. But after I return from living and working overseas for a while, I appreciate so much more: the skies here are so blue, the air is so clean, and the city re-development works underway are set to rival some of the best in the world.

What has struck me particularly this time, is the public space that has been claimed back by the people and is free for Sydney siders and visitors to enjoy. Barangaroo Reserve is a shining example of this – set by the beautiful harbour with spectacular urban skyline views, and with native gardens, cycle tracks and walk (or stroll) ways – this place is perfect for an afternoon picnic; and on my visit I was also lucky enough to experience some excellent open-air sculptural installations. Other new sites in the heart of the city offer similar public experiences: Central Park Precinct at Ultimo and the Goods Line that connects Ultimo and Darling Harbour, for example.

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The open-air sculptural installations at Barangaroo Reserve. Image – Sea Sydney Harbour

 

Amongst these new iconic points, I also wonder among contemporary architectural gems by world-renowned superstars: One Central Park at Ultimo designed by Jean Nouvel with PTW Architects; and the Dr Chau Chak Wing building at University of Technology by Frank Gehry. And set to come is the reimagined International Convention Centre at Darling Harbour by joint venture Hassell + Populous, and also DUO at Central Park by Foster and Partners.

For the outdoor enthusiast, the design talent, the big city buzzer – Sydney truly offers it all.

In my time overseas, I have been asked of my home city hundreds of times. When I proudly respond with the name Sydney, the reaction is often, “Ahh .. a dream city.” And indeed, Sydney is a dream city, my dream city. I encourage everyone to just lose themselves in its beauty at least once in their life.

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A mix of Sydney-siders and visitors enjoying Sydney’s beauty. Image – Sea Sydney Harbour

 

When I return next, as I fly in over the stunning Sydney Harbour, I will be looking forward to my further re-discovery of the city – perhaps this time on the water, with uninterrupted views of the beautiful harbour and cityscape.

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VIVID SYDNEY +5

The following post has been written by the Sea Sydney Harbour team to provide information on Vivid Sydney and promote their Vivid Sydney Harbour Cruises. 

It’s back… bigger and brighter than ever!! +5 for the 5 stars that this festival deserves – a true 5 out of 5 star rating!! And +5 for the additional 5 nights that the festival will run for in 2016!!

The longest ever Vivid Sydney Festival will shine for 23 nights, illuminating Sydney Harbour, new and much-love precincts, and hosting vibrant music performances and big ideas talks. The festival runs from Friday 27th May through to Saturday 18th June 2016.

The sails of the Sydney Opera House well-lit and claiming all the attention. Image – Sea Sydney Harbour

 

The sails of the Sydney Opera House will continue to be a key feature of the Vivid Lights festival and will transform into an animated canvas of the oldest Australian Indigenous art. Vivid Sydney’s brilliant lights also return to Chatswood, Central Park, Darling Harbour and the Australian National Maritime Museum, Martin Place and new precinct The Galeries, which becomes the festival’s first indoor precinct. Treasured attractions, yet new additions to the festival include Taronga Zoo and the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, which will light up during Vivid Sydney in celebration of the monumental anniversaries both celebrate in 2016.

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The water-theatre fountain in Darling Harbour. Image – Sea Sydney Harbour

 

Beyond Vivid Lights, Vivid Music will pulse through the city with new sounds and venues in the line up. Vivid LIVE at the Sydney Opera House will unleash a series of incredible acts and storytellers, shaping the creative landscape for upcoming artists, who will headline Vivid Ideas.

 

Vivid Sydney Harbour Cruises

Cruise with colour and creativity and experience the 5 star Vivid Sydney Festival from a prime location cruising Sydney Harbour. See the spectacular sights and sounds and enjoy the scenic views of Sydney’s enlightened buildings and landmarks. Aboard Kirralee, there are indoor and outdoor areas for viewing the light displays, so skip the crowds and experience the festival on a boat with Sea Sydney Harbour.

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The stunning Sydney Harbour Bridge shining bright and bold. Image – Sea Sydney Harbour

 

Ticketed cruises run for 1.5 hours and there are various departure times on each Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings throughout the festival. Cruises will also be running on the public holiday Monday 13th June.

Light refreshments and soft drink will be provided. Passengers can choose to BYO alcoholic beverages. No corkage fees apply.

Vivid Harbour Cruises are perfect to bring along the whole family and enjoy breathtaking views of Sydney and the spectacular light display!

What’s included?
• 1.5 hour charter aboard The Kirralee with an experienced skipper and deck hand/host. An intimate cruising experience with maximum passenger numbers of 30.
• Pick up and drop off at King Street Wharf
• Light refreshments and soft drink

 

Grab Your Ticket Today!

Named Australia’s best tourism event for 3 consecutive years, this festival is not to be missed!! Why not experience Vivid Sydney aboard a harbour cruise with Sea Sydney Harbour.

Cruise with colour and creativity and enjoy 5 star views of Sydney’s iconic buildings and landmarks bathed in bright lights and vibrant colours. Find Sea Sydney Harbour on Facebook, like our page and follow the ‘Vivid Sydney Festival 2016 Harbour Cruises’ event to discover the latest information and keep up to date on ticket availability. We can’t wait to hear from you!

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Moving lights captured at the Sydney Vivid Festival. Image – Sea Sydney Harbour

 

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