Central Coast Ferries
Central Coast Ferries operate a regular ferry service between Woy Woy, Saratoga, Davistown and Empire Bay, on the New South Wales Central Coast. Central Coast Ferries travel up and down Cockle and Lintern Channels and across Paddys Channel to Woy Woy, on a daily basis.
A round trip takes approximately one hour and for visitors to the region you can take a break in your journey to do the Illoura Reserve Walk, which is a historical look at the region, and Central Coast Ferries can take you to one of the many eaterys located along the channels for lunch.
CCF also operates History Cruises on the iconic Hawkesbury Rive & Brisbane Water.
Hawkesbury River History and Heritage Cruise –
Historic WWI and WWII sites, on board the ferry ’Sorrento’. A large monitor will display historical photos, special graphics, video, animations and onsite drawings, photos and live commentary. Hawkesbury River/Broken Bay.
Departing Patonga 9.00am and Brooklyn 9.35am.
Brisbane Water History and Heritage Cruise –
Audio visual presentations on a large monitor, displaying historical photographs and live commentary. From Woy Woy to Broken Bay, Empire Bay, Gosford and back to Woy Woy.
Departing Woy Woy Wharf 9.35am