Queenscliff back on the water this summer


The refurbished Queenscliff Sydney ferry will get back to work this summer. 

NSW Premier Chris Minns and Transport Minister Jo Haylen recently announced the retired Freshwater vessel would  again carry passengers again on the F1 Manly to Circular Quay route later this year.

The Queenscliff has undergone an extensive $16m refit to make her passenger ready. Her sister ship, the Narrabeen, is also expected to return  to service next year after her upgrade.

 Transdev Sydney Ferries Managing Director Gary Iddon said crews were looking forward to being back on the Freshwater vessels again.

“They’re iconic boats that customers love and our crew know them back to front,” Mr Iddon said. 

For more details, visit NSW Government.

In the family…Transdev Ferry Master Austin Hart continues the legacy of his father, Ron Hart, the first skipper of the Queenscliff.

NSW Premier Chris Minns on board the Queenscliff – announcing her return for summer.

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