The BORROWDALE Ferry on Sydney Harbour. contributed by sunnypicsoz taken on 7 November 2014
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The Borridale,the older style ferry on Sydney Harbour,
with the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the background also affectionatly
known as " The Coat Hanger"
More than 14 million people cross-cross Sydney Harbour by ferry every year, chugging out from the main hub of Circular Quay to head west up the Parramatta River, north on the legendary voyage to Manly or east to Watsons Bay. Itís a well-known fact that when Sydneysiders want to drink and dine in Balmain, shop in Double Bay, sightsee at Taronga Zoo or camp convict-style at Cockatoo Island, Ferry is the only way to fly.
All up, there are 28 Sydney ferries (from the stately old-schoolers Freshwater, Lady, First Fleet models to the sleek, fast catamaran fleet of RiverCats, HarbourCats and SuperCats) connecting Sydneysiders with 29 Ferry wharves across 37km of Harbour.
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