Sydney: Waterside Lunch, Local Boat Trip & Secret Beaches
- Cruise past Sydney's most iconic landmarks and millionaire waterfront suburbs
- Enjoy a delicious Aussie lunch at The Beach Club waterside resturant with wine, beer or soft drinks
- Land on a secluded National Park beach which is home to a penguin colony
- Visit the historic Quarantine Station and Museum for afternoon tea
- Marvel at panoramic views of the city from the Pacific cliffs
Break for lunch at a waterfront beach club and enjoy a delicious meal with wine, beer or a soft drink. Afterward, take a short stroll up to The Gap to admire magnificent views of the Pacific Ocean and all the way back to Sydney. Your next stop is one of Sydney's lesser-known and most idyllic beaches, accessible only by boat, and described by locals as a hidden paradise. Take a stroll or swim in the beach's crystal-clear waters before hopping back on the boat.
Finish your Aussie experience with a visit to the historic Quarantine Station and Museum and immerse yourself in Sydney's history. Here, enjoy afternoon tea including coffee and Aussie cakes.
- Bottled water
- Afternoon tea
- People with mobility impairments
Prepare for the activity
Campbells Cove Pontoon, Circular Quay. It is situated behind the cruise ship terminal in a small cove in front of the Park Hyatt Hotel. Go to the floating pontoon at the bottom of the cobbled stoned area, rather than the long jetty in the middle of the cove. Please note there is no office or representative at the pontoon. Guests must arrive 15-minutes before departure.Open in Google Maps ⟶