Can you catch a ferry to Q Station?
By ferry: The My Fast Ferry stops right at our door step at Quarantine Wharf (Q Station) several times a day, 7 days a week with their new Hop On, Hop Off service.
How long is the ferry ride from Sydney to Manly?
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.
How much is a ferry ticket from Circular Quay to Manly?
|To/From Watsons Bay||$8.50||$5.50|
|To/From Taronga Zoo||$8.00||$5.50|
|Shark Island (return)||$20.00||$17|
Where does Manly Ferry go to?
Manly ferry services (numbered F1) operate on Sydney Harbour connecting the Sydney suburb of Manly with Circular Quay in the CBD a journey of seven nautical miles.
Are Manly ferries still running?
✅ The Manly – Circular Quay service continues to operate as per normal as it is an essential service. Our Manly – Circular Quay and Manly – Watsons Bay services are operating again today.
Is Manly Fast Ferry on Opal?
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 is used by Government transport services. OpalPay is used by private transport operators.
Can I use Opal card on Manly ferry?
Opal cards can be used on the Fast Ferry’s OpalPay system – although this is a different payment system to that used by Opal. On Manly Fast Ferry to Circular Quay an OpalPay Adult fare is $9.10 and a child fare is $5.40. The OpalPay individual transaction limit is $25, The daily limit is $30 and the weekly limit $200.
Is the Manly Ferry operating today?
Our Manly – Circular Quay and Manly – Watsons Bay services are operating again today. Our Manly – Circular Quay and Manly – Watsons Bay services are operating again today.
Is the Manly fast ferry running?
Is Manly ferry running today?
Our Manly – Circular Quay and Manly – Watsons Bay services are operating again today. The Manly – Circular Quay service will be cancelled for the rest of the day due to strong winds and large seas.