What time do Sydney Ferries stop?

Darling Harbour ferries run on the Cross Harbour ferries loop departing from Pyrmont Bay, Mon-Fri 6.45am-11.42pm; Sat, Sun 7.53am-11.42pm.

What time is the last ferry from Watsons Bay?

Circular Quay – Wharf 6

Circular Quay – Wharf 6 Watsons Bay
4:25pm 4:45pm
5:20pm 5:40pm
6:00pm 6:20pm
6:40pm 7:00pm*

How long does the ferry take from Circular Quay to Watsons Bay?

23 min
The ferry from Circular Quay, Wharf 2, Side B to Watsons Bay Wharf takes 23 min including transfers and departs every 30 minutes.

Do Manly ferries run all night?

Since 1855, Sydney Ferries’ famous Manly Ferry is a “must do” for visitors and makes the 30 minute trip regularly, day and night. Operating seven days a week, this relaxing journey is a must see for visitors with spectacular harbour and ocean views.

What is CCWB ferry?

CCWB (Captain Cook Cruises) The first stop of the CCWB ferry route is Watsons Bay Wharf and the last stop is Circular Quay, Wharf 6, Side B. CCWB (Sydney) is operational during weekdays. Additional information: CCWB has 2 stations and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 20 minutes.

What is CCWM ferry?

CCWM (Captain Cook Cruises) The first stop of the CCWM ferry route is Darling Harbour Wharf 2 and the last stop is Manly, Wharf 3. CCWM (Manly) is operational during Weekend. Additional information: CCWM has 4 stations and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 40 minutes.

Do Sydney Ferries run at night?

ferry Ferry Some ferries run the last service between midnight and 1am. See timetables or use the Trip Planner to find out when the last ferry to your destination leaves. Find a timetable or plan your trip.

Can I use Opal card on Manly Ferry?

OpalPay is now available on the Manly to Circular Quay Fast Ferry service and will be available on the Taronga Zoo, Rose Bay and Watsons Bay services from February 4. Opal cards can be used on the Fast Ferry’s OpalPay system – although this is a different payment system to that used by Opal.