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Journey Beyond’s iconic Sydney Harbour cruises to reopen on 5 November

Sponsored by Journey Beyond

Celebrate Australia’s tourism comeback by giving your clients a world-class experience in their very own backyard with Journey Beyond’s iconic Sydney Harbour cruises.

Journey Beyond’s Cruise Sydney brand is set to reopen on 5 November 2021 (that’s this Friday!), offering guests lavish all-inclusive lunch and dinner cruises with the best view of Sydney Harbour as a backdrop.

Cruise Sydney’s 78-feet luxury cruiser features limited seating, giving the uniquely chic experience a more intimate feel and more space to take in the beautiful sights that make Sydney special.

The lunch and dinner cruises serve seasonal and regionally sourced food and wine, with the former offering a delicious two-course all-inclusive menu including an indulgent dessert.

For the dinner cruise, guests enjoy a multi-course, all-inclusive menu designed by chefs that centrepieces New South Wales produce and showcase Sydney’s multi-cultural fine dining scene.

Both are accompanied by hand-selected wines from NSW’s most prestigious wine regions to sip as guests take in Sydney’s ever-changing landscape.

Kicking off by cruising under the Harbour Bridge and past the Opera House, the cruise heads east past the Royal Australian Navy Base on Garden Island toward Watson’s Bay.

On the way back, guests experience the north side of the harbour passing by Clifton Gardens, Bradleys Head, Taronga Zoo and Kirribilli House before returning to Darling Harbour.

Like many, Cruise Sydney has missed the hustle and bustle Sydney Harbour is famous for, and can’t wait to celebrate the city while showcasing NSW’s finest food and wine.

Journey Beyond has also developed stringent health and safety procedures in response to the pandemic, so your clients can ‘JourneySafe’ with confidence.

Find out more about Cruise Sydney’s all-inclusive premium dining experiences HERE.



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