Dressed and decorated to the nines, Sydney's beloved Lady Class ferries line up for one of Australia's most popular and iconic free events.
Come on down to Sydney Harbour with your picnic basket and cheer on your favourite ferry as they carve up the harbour and make their final dash to the finishing line under the Harbour Bridge.
For the first time, tickets are available to be a part of the official Ferrython fleet on the Harbour. Book your place on the Tribal Warrior's new vessel Mari Nawi for a three hour Ferrython viewing cruise.
The Ferrython will only be cancelled in the event of heavy fog.
Australia Day Celebrations
Celebrate Australia Day in Sydney on January 26 as the city buzzes with heaps of things to see and do.
Start at the beginning with the moving Woggan-ma-gule ceremony at Farm Cove from 8am. Visit Hyde Park for Main Stage entertainment and a bite to eat and then take in the stories of our newest Australian citizens. Check out the stunning vintage car display along Macquarie and College Streets with the NRMA Motorfest. And make sure you leave time to enjoy the soothing jazz sounds at the Sydney Ports Jazz on the Water at Pirrama Park as the sun starts to set.
Nothing quite compares to Australia Day on Sydney Harbour, with that cavalcade of colour and craft! With the famous Ferrython vessels streaking to line honours, it's really the perfect playground for Aussies and visitors alike to celebrate the day.
Visit australiaday.com.au for more information and explore the Aussie Vault section for competitions and the chance to win great prizes.
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