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The Hop On Hop Off Sydney Harbour Explorer cruise boat stops at Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, Taronga Zoo, Watsons Bay, Luna Park, Manly, Fort Denison and other points around Sydney Harbour.
You are probably familiar with the double-decker buses in cities throughout the world that allow you to hop on and off at the city's scenic spots. Sydney in fact has its own hop-on hop-off bus service.
What if that same concept was applied to Sydney's most famous attraction - it's harbour? Imagine being able to hop onto a cruise boat, hop off at a particular point around the harbour, and then hop back on the next cruise boat that comes along.
Hop-on Hop-off Cruise
Well, such a service already operates on Sydney Harbour.
The Hop On Hop Off Sydney Harbour Explorer service offers a flexible, hop-on hop-off 24-hour ferry pass for nine key destination points on Sydney Harbour, which include the city's major tourist attractions.
The nine stops are: Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, Taronga Zoo, Watsons Bay, Luna Park, Manly, Fort Denison, Shark Island and Garden Island.
That means you can visit each of these destinations at your leisure and then hop on the next cruise boat when it suits.
Boats run at 35-40-minute intervals and there is a live guided commentary.