Vivid Sydney Cruise

Vivid Sydney Cruise

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Posted 2014-05-29 by Glitterballfollow
I purchased tickets for a Vivid Cruise via Our Deals. It seemed like a good price, at $23 for children and $33 for adults, which included food and three drinks each.

My daughter and I left Monday afternoon after school and caught the train to Circular Quay. I was surprised that it was so empty at 5.30pm. We walked around to the Opera House, and saw two delightful food vans, one selling jaffles, the other organic produce. I couldn't resist the vegetarian chilli and coconut water on offer. Oh my goodness. One of the best meals I have ever had, in a large bowl.




Afterward, we waited at the Man O War wharf for the boat. The line was already quite long, and there were no seats left outside when we boarded. It didn't matter, as my daughter was happy flitting around and standing up, admiring the view. The cruise did a U-turn around the Harbour, giving different perspectives to the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. I was surprised it didn't go farther out, but it was still lovely and relaxing.


The cruises you can find on coupon sites are great if you don't want to walk far yet still want to experience Vivid Sydney. It is worth the cost if you have kids, as they love the experience of being on the Harbour. After we alighted, we walked around, then got a train to Wolli Creek, where our friend had parked. Its a good idea to go in straight after school during the week, as there are far less people.

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