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The ferry from Woy Woy to Davidstown arrived and left on time, the ferrymaster was helpful and chatty, and the price was very reasonable. it was a fun way to spend a morning out and the scenery was beautiful. Tip - park in an unlimited...More
Took an excursion trip from Davistown Wharf to Woy Woy with a dozen friends & our cycles. Cheap fun way to access the great cycle paths on the peninsula. Had lunch at a cafe & came back to Davistown on one of the afternoon ferries....More
We went on the ferry from Woy Woy to a Empire Bay. Got off at Davistown to let the kids gave a run around. The day we went, there was no breeze and the trip was very smooth. With 5 children under five we only...More
At this time there A few different ferry running one from Woy Woy pier down along Brisbane Water's to Davistown, another goes all the way down the Hawksbruay River down to Broklyn, they aere both very great way of seeing the scenery around both claiming...More
We live beside Brisbane Water but had never got the ferry so decided to spend an hour or so getting the ferry from Woy Woy to Davistown and back.
It was well worth the trip just to spend time on the water and get some...More
We took the Brisbane Water History Tour from Woy Woy terminal travelling all the way up to Gosford while enjoying the running commentary on the history of the area right from the landing of Cpt Cook & Cpts Phillips through the period from 1800's to...More
Commencing with a train trip from Hornsby to Hawkesbury River, we board the ferry Sorrento, equipped with a large AV screen on which the presenter showed slides of points of interest along the route. Remarkable research has been done by 4HR - History and Research...More
Travel to Woy Woy and take a ferry to Davistown for a meal at the Little Teapot Cafe. The ferry is great to explore one of the estuaries with Pelicans and other sea birds. After coffee, go back to Woy Woy and watch the Pelican...More
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You can view the timetable for the Palm Beach to Etalong ferry service via Wagstaff at the Palm Beach ferries website.
I think they are a different ferry service to the one that services Woy Woy to Davistown.