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Boarding : 10:15 am
Departure : 10:45 am
Returns : 2:00 pm
EXPERIENCE THE REAL SPIRIT OF AUSTRALIA DAY WITH SYDNEY HARBOUR'S FAVOURITE MAGISTIC CRUISES.
Come and celebrate the joy of being an Australian on Sydney Harbour! This is the day the whole country comes together to celebrate its distinctive sense of Australian identity and savour the unique heritage and culture.
View the spectacular Ferrython and First Fleet ferries fight their way to the finish line on Australia Day onboard the spacious deck of Magistic. Our Australia Day Cruises gives you a prime access to the Harbour Parade, Tri-Service 21 Gun Salute and the Tug & Yacht Ballet.
For a grand finale to the festivities, join the Magistic Australia day cruises! Beat the crowd and enjoy the Sydney harbour lunch in the comfort of our luxury vessel.
We have a dedicated website offering the best Australia day cruises across Sydney Harbour. Browse and find the most suitable cruise for your requirement
Follow this link for more information on Australia Day Cruises.
Odd number bookings (e.g.1, 3, 5, 7 guests) may be subject to shared tables
Shared buffet dishes for Magistic Lunch + the right combination
Fresh prawns + classic seafood sauce (gf)
CHAFING DISH SELECTION
Beef bourguignon + chunky potatoes (gf) (nf)
Traditional Indian butter chicken (gf)
Mediterranean fish bake + fresh tomatoes + olives (df)
Penne + garlic + rocket + chilli + olive oil (v) (nf)
Calamari strips + broad beans + cabbage + roasted garlic + capers
Roasted cauliflower + potato cheese gratin (nf) (v)
Hokkien noodles + julienne vegetables (v)
Roasted root vegetables (df) (gf) (nf) (v)
Iceberg strips, edamame + zucchini + crunchy chickpeas + corn + citrus dressing (df) (v)
Japanese-style potato salad + diced carrots + green peas + grain mustard (nf) (v)
Carrot + sultana salad (nf) (df) (v)
Mediterranean salad + couscous + pumpkin + celery + sliced olives (v)
Caesar salad (bacon served by side) (nf)
Warm bread rolls
Selection of condiments and sauces
Rich chocolate cake
* Indicative menu only. Items may be subject to change at any time without notice.
On board Magistic Cruises, we provide a buffet with a selection of dishes for our lunch and dinner cruises, hence we do not take special dietary requests. All dishes are labelled on the buffet for the guests to make an informed decision. We urge guests to make an appropriate choice from the dishes that are available and suited to their personal dietary requirements.
* Requests for dietary (gluten-free, nut-free, dairy-free), substitutions and modifications of menus on board our cruises will be politely declined, as we have an on board kitchen and our kitchen team is required to serve the menus within a required time period, of the respective cruises. All our cruises have at least one vegetarian menu option for seated & served menus and buffets also offer vegetarian choice. We cannot guarantee that certain products or ingredients (halal, nuts, gluten, dairy, etc.) will not be in our food, and we explicitly accept no liability in this regard. For serious food allergies you must make your own decisions on selecting meals. Our staff’s comments are only to assist you in making an informed decision.
Adult - $165
7 - 17 Years
Under 7 Years
2 Adults + 2 Children
King Street WharfBoarding: 10:15AM Departure Time: 10:45AM Return Time: 2:00PM
Magistic Cruises commemorates the making of a great nation on 26 January with its luxurious 'Australia Day Cruise' that gives you ring-side seats to an amazing line-up of Sydney Harbour activities that inspire national pride. Why not celebrate the coming together of people and patriotic sentiment with a delightful four-hour cruise aboard a luxury catamaran and experience up close Australia’s nationalistic fervour?
January 26 being a public holiday gives you the opportunity to indulge in the great outdoors and celebrate with the rest of the community. Sydney Harbour hosts some amazing events that include the great Ferrython, the Tall Ships race and aerial flyovers. All you have to do is head down to the harbour to revel in the spirit of being truly Australian!
From the decks of the Magistic you get to see the flagging off and the culmination of the colourful Ferrython that pits four of Sydney's Ferries in a race against each other from Fort Denison to Harbour Bridge. It a brilliant sight to see these four brightly decorated First Fleet Ferries battling it out to be the first ferry that crosses the Harbour Bridge.
And, there's no better viewing gallery than the decks of the Magistic to watch the Harbour Parade, as vessels of all shapes and sizes decorated with national colours and flags, cascade down the glistening waters. Yachts, boats, tall ships, barges, cranes, ferries and tour boats participate in the parade all dressed up, vying for the title of 'Best Dressed Vessel'.
At noon, the Armed Forces call the shots to commemorate the Federation of Australia with a 21 Gun Salute near the north side of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. You can also join the synchronised choirs in singing the national anthem.
As you enjoy your drinks and feast on a delectable meal, you can watch the Australian Army, Royal Australian Navy and Royal Australian Air Force pay tribute to Australia with a flamboyant ceremonial display.
From the decks of the Magistic, you'll hear the Royal Australian Air Force Hawks before you see them coming. Treat your eyes to a Seahawk aerial handling display and an awe-inspiring aerial flyover by the RAAF Hornets that completes the Salute received by a host of dignitaries.
The regal 'Tall Ships' of yesteryear race from Bradley's Head into Sydney Harbour reliving their historic journey in all pomp and splendour and finish with a flourish under the 'coat-hanger' in just an hour or so.
In the evening, Darling Harbour transforms itself into a hub of activity as it hosts a concert followed by spectacular lights and music that bring Australia Day to an eventful end.
Australia is what is today after climbing a mountain of trials and tribulations that resulted in all Australian States and Territories joining hands to celebrate Australia Day on January 26.What better way to commemorate that glorious day hundreds of years ago when Captain Arthur Phillip first touched base at Sydney Cove with the first fleet of 11 convict ships from Great Britain!
VIVID SYDNEY CRUISES