- 3-day hop-on hop-off Red Rocket ferry ticket
- Travel around Sydney like a local and see top attractions at your own pace
- Stops include Luna Park, Fort Denison, Shark Island, Watsons Bay and Taronga Zoo
- Round-trip ticket to Manly included
- Entrance ticket to Taronga Zoo and its Sky Safari cable car included
- Enjoy great photo opportunities of Sydney's icons from the water
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What You Can Expect
Simply board the ferry at the site of your choice and cruise the waters of Sydney Harbour to get to your destination. You’ll enjoy great views of landmarks such as Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House and Fort Denison.
Your 3-day pass comes with great extras including admission to Taronga Zoo, where you can see a variety of animals, plus a complimentary ride on the Sky Safari gondola that takes you over the zoo. Your pass also covers the National Parks fees for Shark Harbour and Fort Denison, and comes with a ticket for the round-trip fast ferry to Manly, a popular destination for beachside dining, shopping and entertainment.
The 3-day hop on hop off pass was fantastic. It gave us the freedom to travel around the harbor at our leisure and enjoy the sites at our own time. Thank you for the experience.
usefull pass to visit all the outposts of Sydney
Very good value for money, especially as we like messing about on boats.
Love, love, loved this Zoo. Beautiful venue, great time!
it was a great trip
Excellent value, we did not do the zoo but used the free Manly trip instead - a great day out there.
Zoo was great and so was the hop on hop off boats
All very good
Good value way to explore Sydney and Darling Harbour with frequent ferries available. Taronga Zoo was a full day visit. We were impressed by the number of animals and the well appointed and spacious enclosures. The combined ticket means you can arrive by ferry and step almost straight on to the cable car which is a fun way to reach the entrance.
Really enjoyed the zoo visit especially the Outback area with Animals unique to Australia and Tasmania. City views from the Harbour perspective were very nice as well