P1030026 December 08

How to check in

A step-by-step guide to checking in for your cruise. Where to park, what to do with your luggage, what to bring, how to board the ship and find your cabin. The terminal facilities include short-term parking, luggage drop-off, check-in desks, a small cafe, vending machine and toilets. The building is modern and air-conditioned (even the gangway […]

P1030011 December 08

How to get there

Sydney’s new White Bay Cruise Terminal is near Rozelle and Balmain, which are residential suburbs outside the city centre. There is NO train station, NO convenient bus stop and NO long-term parking. A charter ferry service is now available (since August 2015) between the city and White Bay, operated by Captain Cook Cruises. Parking is only available during the […]

SONY DSC December 08

P&O shuttle

P&O Cruises operates a coach/bus from Central Train Station to White Bay Cruise Terminal on the day of departure. Transfers cost AU$15 per person one way.  To book, contact the Customer Service team on 13 24 94 (Australia) or 0800 780 716 (NZ). If you have booked through a travel agent, they need to make […]

P1020778 October 18

Private car, limo & minibus Transfers

Mini-buses, chauffeur-driven cars and limousines can be hired to take you from your home or the airport to White Bay Cruise Terminal. THE HILLS AND WEST/NORTH WEST OF SYDNEY Sydney City Shuttle has coaches, mini-buses and cars to take you door-to-door if you live within the area on this map. Penrith, Richmond, Blacktown, Parramatta, Dural, Horsely Park, […]

SONY DSC October 18

Where to stay

There are no hotels at White Bay. Surrounding suburbs have a handful of small B&B/apartment-style properties. The nearest hotel districts are Darling Harbour, Pyrmont, Circular Quay and the city centre (CBD). Full accommodation information and reviews coming soon….


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