Enjoy A Cruise On The Swan River With The Little Ferry Company

The Little Ferry Co offers you a fantastic and relaxing way to explore Perth, from the calm waters of the beautiful Swan River. Enjoy fantastic views of the city, the new Optus Stadium (complete with views of the new footbridge currently under construction) and pitstop at the tranquil Claisebrook to enjoy a coffee or great meal. Find out more by visiting The Little Ferry Co here

Where Does The Ferry Stop?

The ferry is a ‘hop-on-hop-off’ service stopping at:

  • Elizabeth Quay
  • On the Point
  • Claisebrook Cove

How Often Does The Ferry Run?

The ferry departs 4 times a day from Elizabeth Quay and takes approximately half an hour between each stopping point.

Where To Catch The Ferry?

Litte Ferry Departure point at Elizabeth QuayOur Recommendation:

We suggest spending some time at Claisebrook and indulge in a coffee or meal at one of the great restaurant options there.

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Comments (2)

  • Jean Brooker

    We caught a ferry to the Optus Stadium with Little Ferry Co today. Kevin took us there and Rory brought us back and they both made the return trip very relaxing and they were very informative

    • Heather van Heerden

      Hi Jean, thank you for your comment. We are so glad to hear you enjoyed your Little Ferry ride – we will pass on your feedback to Kevin 🙂

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