A second Freshwater class vessel will continue to operate on Sydney Harbour, following further consultation and feedback from the community.
More customers are being welcomed back to the public transport network today with an increase in the number of people allowed.
Ferry lovers will be able to enjoy Freshwater services on weekends after the NSW Government confirmed its plan to retain one of the vessels.
Some of NSW’s leading artists, authors and athletes have been selected to lend their names to Sydney’s new fleet of 10 River Class ferries.
Until August 31, 2020, the community is invited to share their ideas on how to renew the public spaces around Circular Quay.
Australia’s first On Demand ferry will conclude its initial six month trial on 13 April.
Transport for NSW has issued a competitive tender to operate Sydney’s ferry services.
May Gibbs, one of Australia’s most treasured children’s authors will be recognised on Sydney Harbour.
More than 8,600 new weekly public transport services will start on 26 November providing customers more trains, ferries, buses.
The NSW Government is set to invest in four vessels for the Parramatta River route.
The fourth of Sydney’s fleet of six new Inner Harbour ferries is named after Aboriginal man Pemulwuy.
Victor Chang’s name was chosen by the public as part of the Name Your Ferry competition.
Two new ferry routes between ICC and Circular Quay and Manly and Darling Harbour including King Street Wharf.
Customers and tourists travelling between Manly and Circular Quay on a Sydney Ferry are now able to use their Mastercard at the Opal gate
Fred Hollows was the first of the new Inner Harbour Ferries to enter service, visiting the new Barangaroo Ferry Wharf.
90 extra weekly services from Parramatta to the CBD set to launch during 2017.
Providing new trains for a more comfortable, reliable, efficient and accessible journey.
Work to expand Milsons Point Wharf will start from 27 April.
New and improved ferry services between the North Shore, CBD and Eastern Suburbs.