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Sydney Yellow Water Taxis

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Yellow Water Taxis offers the perfect means for quick trips along Sydney Harbour.

Yellow Water Taxis locations:

  • King Street Wharf, close to Sydney Aquarium and
  • Circular Quay East Pontoon, close to Sydney Opera House


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Yellow Water Taxis provide the means for quick transfers and sightseeing cruises, along Sydney Harbour, from Manly and Middle Harbour, to any place on the Parramatta River.

The vehicle use were originally developed for the America's Cup, they are inflatable and have a capacity ranging from 15-28 passengers.

The price depends on the length to the trip and the number of customers. The more people in your group the cheaper it is. For an average(?) group of people the price is around 15$. The kids under 4 travel for free and the ones between 4 and 12 at half the price.

Yellow Water Taxi claims that they can pick you up from anywhere on Sydney Harbour within 15 minutes, except peak hours. If you think of using their service I think that will be a good idea to organize a booking giving them more time.

Note:
Please check Yellow Water Taxis homepage for the latest prices, terms and conditions.

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How to get there

  • For King Street Wharf go to Town Hall CityRail Station and then walk towards the Sydney Aquarium in Darling Harbour. See map.
  • For Circular Quay East Pontoon, go to Circular Quay by train or bus and then walk towards Sydney Opera House. See map.

Contact details:
Shop 50B the Promenade, King Street Wharf,
Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
Ph: 9299 0199
Web site: Yellow Water Taxis homepage.

Hours of Operation:
7 Days & Nights a week.

Please check Yellow Water Taxis homepage for the latest prices, terms and conditions.
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