Come to Sydney Harbour and hold on tight in a thrilling 35 minute Jet boat Ride that is fun for the whole family! This is one way to check out Sydney Harbour and its surrounds whilst enjoying a speedy ride.
Pass by the Maritime Museum and the Sydney Aquarium as we depart the calm waters of Cockle Bay, giving you a chance to wave at those on shore.
Hold on tight as we head out into the main harbour and the skipper unleashes the power of massive diesel engines. This is where the fun really begins as the boat performs stunts such as fishtails and massive spins with power brake stops.
We head under the Harbour Bridge, past the Opera House and fishtail all the way to Watsons Bay where we spin about and make our way back past Bradley's Head, Kirribilli and Luna Park and re-enter cockle bay with huge grins and applause for our fabulous drivers!
Where it is:
Add 1 Adult $69
Add 1 Child (under 16) $48
Add 2 Children (under 16) $95
Please arrive 20 minutes prior to your departure time.
Experience operates on Saturdays and Sundays. During NSW school holidays we operate daily.
Passengers with back, neck, shoulder or heart conditions or those who are pregnant or who have injuries/conditions that may cause a risk to their health are strongly advised not to ride the jet boat and do so at their own risk.
How long to plan for:
What to wear:
Casual everyday clothing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How many people can the boat hold? A. Due to the size of the boat and to give it the power to weight ratio, the maximum passenger capacity is 23 people.
Q. Will I get wet? A. Due to the nature of the ride you will get sprayed by water. We do provide waterproof ponchos for your comfort.
Q. What is the minimum age? A. There is no real age limit; however passengers must be over 1.2m tall to ride.
Q. What happens if the experience gets cancelled? A. If the ride is cancelled due to inclement weather, or for any other reason, the ride will be rescheduled.
Q. How long is the jet boat ride? A. The entire ride takes 35 minutes, approximately 5 minutes of commentary and 30 minutes of thrill.