Sydney Ferry Service
Sydney Ferry Service - How To Get There
You may be windering where this foggy city street is....Allow me to explain. This is George Street in the city of Sydney, Australia. You may be able to just make out the light rail tracks to the left of shot.
The light rail connects southern suburbs such as Kingsford and Randwick to Circular Quay. Unlike the more traditional rail sevices, the light rail feels somewhere inbetween a bus and a chauffeur driven car.
The best way to catch the ferry is to travel via the light rail system, why? In Circular Quay, there is no parking to speak of. The nearest parking areas would be city car parks, which can be quite expensive.
What You'll See When You Arrive
Sydney takes it's social responsibilities seriously, so a lot of effort has gone into ensuring safe access for people of all abilities.
As you can see from the above photo, the journey has great views from beginning to end. In addition, the Harbour, being quite narrow, is not subject to large swells, which means that your journey should be quite kind on the stomache.
When travelling, the most used option to buy a ticket is by purchasing an 'Opal Card', which is available in many newsagencies and other stores. Should you wish to purchase a card online, visit the Tickets section of the Transport NSW site.