|Carnival Legend||27 Mar 06:30 (Mon)||27 Mar 16:00 (Mon)||OPT|
|Radiance of the Seas||28 Mar 06:00 (Tue)||28 Mar 18:45 (Tue)||OPT|
|Carnival Spirit||29 Mar 06:30 (Wed)||29 Mar 16:00 (Wed)||OPT|
Port Authority of New South Wales is committed to integrating sustainability into all of our business decisions.
Port Authority views sustainability as a fundamental corporate responsibility to deliver on our long term commitment to provide for, and minimise risk to, future trade and growth of the port, the environment, our staff and the community in the most equitable and efficient way possible.
Stage for Opera Australia’s Carmen built at Glebe Island
Wondering how the magnificent stage set for this year’s Handra Opera was built and set up right on Sydney Harbour?
Historic Moore’s Wharf to undergo roof restoration
Work to replace the roof of heritage-listed Moore’s Wharf at Towns Place has started. The current wood shingle roof has deteriorated and will now be replaced by a slate roof.
Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth arrive into Sydney
Two of the world’s most famous cruise ships – Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth – will make a royal rendezvous in Sydney Harbour today, almost a decade after Queen Mary 2 paid her first visit to Sydney.
Port Authority of New South Wales has several iconic locations available for events, activation and filming hire on non-ship days. These include the Overseas Passenger Terminal Precinct at Circular Quay West and White Bay Cruise Terminal at Rozelle and several other hardstand locations on the Sydney harbour foreshore.