41 reviews of Melbourne City and Williamstown Ferry Cruise
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Melbourne City and Williamstown Ferry Cruise. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Reviewed by Michael D, April 2013
Had a great time. Watch out for high tide making the return journey a bit hair raising! Those bridges sure are low to the water.
Reviewed by William Barry M, October 2012
Ticketing so easy on-line. Departure point easily recognised and signed. Return trip was smooth and interesting. Even the coffee wasn't too bad. Ferry staff attentive, informative and good guys. All in all an enjoyable day.
Reviewed by robyn t, January 2012
my husband and i had a lovely trip we would definately do it again. the staff were excellent and the ferry was very clean
Reviewed by Judith P, Australia, January 2010
Reviewed by Patricia A, April 2013
Three adults and four children ranging from 17months to 8 yrs of age travelled from Williamstown to Southbank. We walked about, had lunch and were ready for a 2:30pm departure. Unfortunately this was delayed but our four kids settled and made it a pleasant ride back for the adults. We had a most enjoyable day and apart from having to take responsibility for getting the fold-up pram on and off the ferry as well as monitoring the kids on and off at the same time, the staff were friendly, relaxed and competent.
Reviewed by Traveller, July 2012
I enjoyed the round trip to Williamstown and would recommend it to locals, or visitors.
Reviewed by nan., June 2012
We both enjoyed the trip and we had the best fish and chips we have ever had at Mornington Peninsula. Would reccommend that day to anyone.
Reviewed by ronmm1, May 2012
THE WEATHER WAS GREAT AND WAS A GREAT TRIP TO AND FROM WILLIAMSTOWN - Ron and Judy
Reviewed by Kerin C, January 2012
The trip to Williamstown on a hot Tuesday was most enjoyable. Our captain was informative and funny and we learned more about our own capital city's history while we enjoyed the different views from the Yarra River. The long boat was spacious, amenities clean and coffee and tea available for passengers. Our return trip was less comfortable with a much smaller boat and full to capacity. Because of the heat of the day it wasn't the most pleasant trip. Still on the whole would I recommend the trip? -Absolutely. Williamstown is a quaint historical town and worth revisiting. It was easy booking with Viator - and I am a first time user - the information about the trip was excellent, booking and payment easy. A suggestion for those who aren't familiar with Southgate would be to improve the map. I had to Google Berth 5 to get a clearer picture. Parking is also available at Crown for $6.00 and while it is a bit of a walk, it was quite pleasant along Southbank.
Reviewed by Sebastiao B, December 2011
Although the cruise was postponed due to bad weather on Nov. 26, we were able to make the trip on Monday Nov. 28. We had a wonderful time as the Captain was not only informative but also very entertaining. It was a good way to end our first trip to Melbourne before we return home that day. Sebastiao and Belinda Bugo
Reviewed by C R G, February 2011
Reviewed by Rosemary G, Australia, May 2010
Reviewed by Maureen O, Australia, January 2010