Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Sydney Harbour Sunset Dinner 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.
My sister and i had our first weekend away together and we were very happy with the cruise the staff were very freindly, the food was excellent and the beautiful veiws around the harbour were to die for. THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE STAFF.
It was great.. Food and service 5 star.The views were great especially as the Light Show was on.
What a great night, awesome service really looked after us. The birthday wishes and sparklers on our dessert was a nice touch.
We all had a fabulous time. Crew very hospitable and polite; waiter most [pleasant. Good food but wine selection could be better.
We enjoyed the cruise very much - the food was delicious and the service really good.
This was the best way to spend our first night in Sydney. We walked from the castlereagh boutique to the wharf and enjoyed the most elegant, romantic sunset cruise with a wonderful dinner.
The Sydney Harbour Sunset Dinner Cruise was amazing. The service was friendly. The drink flowed, the food lamb shank was lovely, and the meal was nice. Highly recommend for people to go. The photographer was a delight, special thanks to him.
We had a wonderful time. The food was delicious and the service was excellent.
We only had a weekend to spend in Sydney and were looking for a dinner cruise to see some highlights from the harbour. We were delighted with the great service, quality of the food and the fantastic views from the water. A window seat is recommended.
We treated ourselves to this for our last night in Sydney and it didnt disappoint. We were made to feel very special and the food was excellent.
The food was good quality. The staff were helpful and courteous. The food service was very good. One minor problem was the drinks service was slow, so I had to go to the bar a few times to get my own. The circuit we travelled had a variety of views to admire. 6:30 in summer is not sunset, so calling it a sunset cruise is a bit of a misnomer, but that wasn't really a problem either as it meant you could see the different parts of the harbour. .