Captain Cook Cruises has partnered with the Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre to launch the best kept secret on Sydney Harbour.
Australian Navy Heritage Centre Left to right: Jerry Lissing, Navy Canteens, Commander Peter Cole, Director Navy Heritage, Stephen Gregory, CEO Navy Canteens, Anthony Haworth, General Manager Captain Cook Cruises, Captain John Metzl, Warrant Officer Robert Van Elrick, Commander Rebecca Jeffcoat, Commanding Officer HMAS Kuttabul, Richard Doyle, Head of Sales & Marketing Captain Cook Cruises, Captain Neville Teague, Captain Chris Smallwood
Recently, the RAN Heritage Centre and Captain Cook Cruises launched the new ferry service connecting Garden Island to Circular Quay and seven other Sydney Harbour tourist destinations onboard Captain Cook Cruises Hop-On Hop-Off Sydney Harbour Explorer cruise.
The RAN Heritage Centre exhibits the physical history of Australia’s Navy. Displays range from large weapon systems to personal momentous representing the developments and events in Navy over more than 100 years.
‘The centre is a hidden gem on Sydney Harbour and presents a great partnership opportunity to work with Navy collaboratively to offer all our domestic and international visitors a unique heritage and historical experience’ said Anthony Haworth, General Manager Captain Cook Cruises.
A unique venue for private corporate functions, the RAN Heritage Centre features the on-site Salthorse Café, outdoor picnic grounds, private ferry wharf, meeting rooms and a gallery function floor with stunning harbour views.
The RAN Heritage Centre is open daily to the public from 9.30am to 3.30pm and is included free in Captain Cook Cruises, Hop-On Hop-Off Sydney Explorer service. Security access for private functions can be arranged through Captain Cook Cruises fleet of ferry and charter vessels.
Disembarking at Garden Island wharf Left to right: Anthony Haworth, General Manager Captain Cook Cruises, Captain Neville Teague
For further information and bookings visit www.captaincook.com.au