Does the ferry still run from Wallaroo?

Yes, there is a direct ferry departing from Wallaroo and arriving at Lucky Bay. Services depart once daily, and operate every day.

Does the ferry still run from Wallaroo?

Yes, there is a direct ferry departing from Wallaroo and arriving at Lucky Bay. Services depart once daily, and operate every day.

How long is the ferry ride from Lucky Bay to Wallaroo?

2h 30m
Trip overview The ferry between Lucky Bay and Wallaroo takes 2h 30m. There is at least one ferry per day from Lucky Bay to Wallaroo.

Is there a ferry from Lucky Bay to Wallaroo?

Spencer Gulf Searoad offers vehicle and passenger ferry transfers across the Spencer Gulf, between Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula and Lucky Bay (near Cowell) on the Eyre Peninsula. It’s a relaxing alternative to the lengthy round-Gulf road trip.

How much is the ferry to Port Lincoln?

The cost-effective way to get from Wallaroo to Port Lincoln is to car ferry and drive, which costs $55 – $75 and takes 4h 24m.

How many cars fit on the Wallaroo ferry?

The new ferry would take 85 cars and 300 passengers. Fitting out would take some months and the ferry’s completion could not be rushed due to step-by-step documents and financing. “We are hoping for some time after the New Year,” she said of its arrival in Wallaroo.

Where does Wallaroo ferry go to?

Lucky Bay
Wallaroo is a small port town on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula. From here you can take the ferry to Lucky Bay (near Cowell) on the Eyre Peninsula. Historically, Wallaroo was part of the “copper triangle” copper mining industry and today is part of the area referred to as the “Copper Coast” or “Little Cornwall”.

Is there a car ferry from Port Lincoln?

The cost-effective way to get from Port Lincoln to Kangaroo Island is to drive and car ferry and ferry, which costs $120 – $290 and takes 10h 5m. The distance between Port Lincoln and Kangaroo Island is 182 km.

Is there a train from Adelaide to Port Lincoln?

The quickest way to get from Port Adelaide to Port Lincoln is to train and fly which costs $120 – $320 and takes 3h 1m.

Is there a ferry from Adelaide to Eyre Peninsula?

FERRY. To make the most of your South Australian travel experience, you may like to include a journey on Spencer Gulf Searoad, a ferry service operating across Spencer Gulf between Wallaroo, Yorke Peninsula and Lucky Bay, Eyre Peninsula.

Is there a ferry from Yorke Peninsula to Adelaide?

The ferry makes return trips daily, giving visitors the opportunity to travel in safety and comfort between the two Peninsula’s. Visit the Spencer Gulf Searoad website for timetable and ticket information.

Is there a car ferry from Port Lincoln to Adelaide?

The cheapest way to get from Port Lincoln to Adelaide is to drive and car ferry which costs $75 – $100 and takes 6h 18m.

How to book The Sea SA ferry across the Spencer Gulf?

Book Sea SA Ferry across the Spencer Gulf easily with AFerry You can use AFerry to book a Sea SA ferry across the Spencer Gulf, between Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula and Lucky Bay on the Eyre Peninsula. The Sea SA car and passenger ferry service operate with the 56 metres ship the Aurora V which is able to load up to 80 cars and 300 people.

How many cars can the Sea SA ferry carry?

The Sea SA car and passenger ferry service operate with the 56 metres ship the Aurora V which is able to load up to 80 cars and 300 people. There are crossings almost every day.

How do I get to the Eyre Peninsula by ferry?

Carrying commercial goods? You can use AFerry to book a Sea SA ferry across the Spencer Gulf, between Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula and Lucky Bay on the Eyre Peninsula. The Sea SA car and passenger ferry service operate with the 56 metres ship the Aurora V which is able to load up to 80 cars and 300 people.

Why choose Seaspan Ferries?

Seaspan Ferries serves the Vancouver Island supply chain with the most reliable customer-focused commercial ferry service.

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