Sydney Ferries

Here is a handy little  map of Sydney ferry routes  which maps all of Sydney’s  ferry ports and remember that from the 1st August 2016 you will need an Opal card for all Sydney public transport services.

The Opal Card is used to travel on all Sydney ferries and all other public transport in Sydney.

Opel allows you to travel on all public transport in Sydney for $15 per day for an Adult, $7.50 for a Child and $2.50 for a Pensioner.

You can buy one from most newsagents, convenience stores and the Transport Information shop opposite jetty 5 at Circular Quay…more details available at https://www.opal.com.au/.

Download this FREE A4 pdf Sydney ferry map

map of sydney ferry routes

Some suggested itineraries for this map of Sydney ferry routes

Planning to Visit NSW then download the Trax2 NSW Emap


You can ride the ferry to visit the  Sydney mardi gras  enjoying with the  Sydney mardi gras party advances down the road, to  Sydney mardi gras photos and  Sydney mardi gras pictures and the best way to get to the Sydney mardi gras parade is of course by Sydney ferries.

Use this map of Sydney ferry routes to visit Sydney’s thriving bar scene includes a number of beautifully restored heritage pubs, boutique clubs and even floating venues to try out some delicious food and wine, live music or impressive views.
Do a ‘ferry crawl’ some friends together locating some of the great pubs and bars located around the harbour just waiting to be explored.

And don’t forget Double Bay, you can use this Trax2 map of Sydney ferry routes to explore this stylish harbor side suburb, and best of all it is only a 15 minute ferry ride from the city.

Double Bay is renowned for its open parks and tree lined boulevards and offers an array of exclusive boutiques,  restaurants which is ideal for anyone looking for a romantic night out with a loved one.

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