Journey Beyond Cruise Sydney
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Journey Beyond Cruise Sydney had its inaugural cruise on Sydney Harbour on Valentine’s Day 2020. Since then, it’s been taking guests on culinary cruises set against the backdrop of one of the most spectacular harbours in the world.

The 78-foot Spirit of Migloo is stylishly appointed, and with a capacity of 90 is one of the more exclusive and intimate harbour cruises.

Guests can choose from a two and a half hour, all-inclusive, two course lunch cruise or a three hour, all-inclusive, three-course dinner cruise. Each menu is carefully curated and showcases some of the best produce and wines to come from New South Wales. After Hawkesbury River snapper or Riverina lamb rump, a trio of desserts rounds the evening out well. (CAN WE NAME WINE BRANDS?)

While the food and wine are something to savour, nothing can quite steal the limelight from the spectacular views experienced from the expansive top, fore, and aft decks.

We’ll cruise past the iconic Sydney Opera House and under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, past the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kirribilli House, Taronga Zoo and Luna Park.

Avoid the throngs of people by boarding Spirit of Migloo and experience the very best of Sydney Harbour accompanied by exquisite food and wine.

Fast Facts

  • Spirit of Migloo was named after the albino humpback whale that can been seen migrating off the east coast of Australia.
  • Spirit of Migloo was fully refurbished in 2020 in Brisbane. The boat took two days to cruise down the coast to its new home on Sydney Harbour.
  • The menus pay homage to New South Wales producers with all courses highlighting local produce and beverages