White Bay Cruise Terminal

White Bay Cruise Terminal
General information
Address James Craig Road
Town or city White Bay, Sydney
Country Australia
Coordinates 33°51′38″S 151°11′19″E / 33.8606°S 151.1887°E / -33.8606; 151.1887Coordinates: 33°51′38″S 151°11′19″E / 33.8606°S 151.1887°E / -33.8606; 151.1887
Opened 15 April 2013
Owner Sydney Ports Corporation
Design and construction
Architecture firm Johnson Pilton Walker
Main contractor AW Edwards

The White Bay Cruise Terminal is a terminal for cruise ships on Sydney Harbour. It opened on 15 April 2013 as a replacement for Wharf 8 on Darling Harbour which closed to make way for the Barangaroo development.[1][2][3]

In October 2013 it won the transport section at the World Architecture Festival.[4] The Overseas Passenger Terminal remains as Sydney's primary terminal, with the White Bay Cruise Terminal only used when the former is occupied.

When the terminal is occupied, Captain Cook Cruises operate a ferry service to Circular Quay.[5][6]


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