King Street Wharf (also known as Darling Harbour ferry wharf), is a mixed-use tourism, commercial, residential, retail and maritime development on the eastern shore of Darling Harbour, an inlet of Sydney Harbour, Australia. Located on the western side of the city's central business district, the complex served as a maritime industrial area in the early and mid 20th century. It was redeveloped as part of extensive urban renewal projects around Sydney Harbour in the 1980s and 90s. The complex is host to a cluster of nine wharves, with the first two wharves currently in use by private ferry operator Captain Cook Cruises and a third recently decommissioned by Sydney Ferries.
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Chris Skretowski | Apr 9, 2018
I got 2 day Hop On Hop Off. Very well invested money. Must do! Fantastic views, boats are clean and very punctual. Plenty of routes and staff is VERY helpful.
Jonathan Salisbury | Jun 16, 2018
Booked the captains dinner on an evening cruise during vivid. Was awesome! The service was good, the food and drinks were great and the experience with the view of the harbour was incredible!
Artem Moskvyak | Jun 3, 2018
We had good time on Harbour story cruise. The boat is suitable for kids and the whole trip was quite interesting with great views. The coffee and sweets are not really great but we came more for views and good time.
Melville Tellez | Apr 3, 2018
Rude lady in darling harbour. Paid $150 for 3 people and used the ferry from circular quay to watson bay. Went next day and they said that they only have a ferry leaving on hourly basis. The timetable was very confusing And the lady in the office was so unwelcoming when we tried to make an enquiry that we decided to take the public ferry instead. Which means the 2 day pass we bought was of absolutely no use. Don't waste your money on this. Just use a public ferry instead.
Angel Almeida | Apr 3, 2018
The older lady at the office at Darling harbour is rude beyond words. She won’t greet you or smile and will make sure she demeans you when you enquire about the schedule. Captain Cook cruises is such a rip off. It’s best to buy an Opal card and use the government ferries. Feel so cheated!
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