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Palm Beach-Ettalong

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Destination(s) 🇦🇺 Australia
Sailings Up to 10 times per day
Duration 30 minutes
Distance 6 miles, 9 km
Operated by Fantasea Cruising

The ferry from Palm Beach and Ettalong Beach (and vice versa) is a very popular crossing. It takes about 30 minutes to make this crossing to Ettalong beach.

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Ferry to Ettalong and Palm Beach

The ferry to Palm Beach and Ettalong connects two urban areas. This allows you to travel along the coast between the Sydney conurbation and Ettalong or Central Coast. The alternative to this ferry is to detour via the M1. The ferry is a lot more fun!

  • The distance between Palm Beach and Ettalong is approximately 9 km.
  • A stopover is also made in Wagstaffe.

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Which ferry companies sail on this crossing?

The ferry between Palm Beach and Ettalong is currently operated by: Fantasea Cruising.

How long does the Palm Beach-Ettalong crossing take?

The travel time of the Palm Beach-Ettalong ferry is around: 30 minutes. Please arrive early at the harbor and calculate extra time for check-in and boarding if necessary. How long in advance you need to be present is usually communicated on your ticket or on the website of the ferry operator you sail with.

How often does the Palm Beach-Ettalong ferry sail?

You can usually take the ferry from Palm Beach to Ettalong (or the ferry from Ettalong to Palm Beach) Up to 10 Times p/day. Depending on the season, the amount of people on the ferry and the weather forecast, the ferry company can deviate from the timetable/ferry schedule.

What is the distance between Palm Beach and Ettalong?

The distance between Palm Beach and Ettalong is approximately 6 miles or 9 km.

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