Be Inspired by Sydney Harbour
Be inspired by the harbour city. With so much to see and do, this collection of articles serves as a guide to creating your ultimate Sydney Harbour experience. Choose your own adventure: explore our spectacular harbour by ferry, take a day trip to Watsons bay, or join a lunch or dinner cruise with 360 degree water views, it's all right here.
Captain Cook Cruises has been Sydney’s pre-eminent harbour sightseeing and tourism business for the past 50-years. But there has always been one thing that separates Captain Cook Cruises from other operators on Sydney Harbour and that is its unique combination of hospitality innovation and absolute waterfront dining.
Five reasons why the harbour makes the perfect backdrop for both a proposal and an afternoon prosecco
It’s almost Summer in Sydney. The sun is well and truly shining, the prosecco is flowing and our beautiful city in the thick of engagement season. Our city is alive with romance and we think that there is no better place to plan the perfect proposal than a backdrop of Sydney Harbour.
With the news that Manly’s iconic Hugo’s will finally reopen after a long COVID-19 hiatus, here at Captain Cook Cruises we thought it was a good time to also share our favourite ways for eating, drinking and being merry in one of Australia’s most iconic beachside suburbs.
Sydney Harbour is the crowning jewel in Australia’s thriving bar and restaurant scene. On just about every surrounding street corner and on every inch of foreshore you can find a waterfront bar or rooftop bar overlooking one of the most spectacular natural harbours in the world.
It’s a story that has been told for generations. The mystery of a great white whale which has puzzled sailors all over the world.
We’re right in the thick of whale watching season and with more than 30,000 of these gentle giants expected to migrate north past Sydney Harbour in 2020 you’re in the perfect spot to head either North or South of the city to catch a glimpse of these majestic cetaceans.
The annual whale migration takes place each year in Sydney between May and November, but this year is expected to be extra special.