Enjoy Canal Boat Ferries in Australia, Cronulla

Canal Boat
20 Guests

About This Boat

 The “Curranulla” was designed and built by the well-known shipbuilders Morrison and Sinclair of Balmain, Sydney for the Cronulla ferry service owned by Captain Robert Ryall. The “Curranulla” was purpose built for the shallow and rough water of Port Hacking with a 3’6″ of draft. The 53′ timber ferry was constructed of carvel planking with clenched nails and was powered by a 66-horse power 3-cylinder K3 hand start Kelvin diesel giving a top speed of seven knots.

She was commissioned on the 12th May 1939 for the Cronulla to Bundeena ferry run and her engine was converted to a 5LW Gardner in 1986.

The “Curranulla” is now the oldest commuter ferry in Australia working to a regular timetable providing an hourly ferry service between

Prices (Just for the ferry)
Cronulla to Bundeena (each way)



(Pensioners / Seniors / Unemployed) (Concession passes must be shown)
(No student concession)

(2 adults, up to 4 children)


10 RIDE:

(Surfboards, push bikes, etc)


  • Type: Canal Boat
  • Capacity: 20 People
  • Rental Minimum: 1 hour
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 5 Days Prior


  • Life jackets/required safety gear

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Meet Christine


From Cronulla

Member Since Nov 2014

Contact Owner
  • Listing Address
  • Tonkin St., Cornulla
  • Cronulla, New South Wales 2230,
  • Australia

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