How to get to White Bay Cruise Terminal

White Bay Cruise Terminal (WBCT) is located in the Sydney suburb of Rozelle. The terminal is 6.3km from the CBD of Sydney, and will take you approximately 10-15 min to get there if you are travelling by car.

Please Note: during cruise days, the regular access roads to the cruise terminal are closed. During cruise days, you can only access the WBCT via:

  • first, enter via The Crescent (near the ANZAC Bridge)
  • then continue along James Craig Road …
  • then along Sommerville Road …
  • then follow the clearly marked signs to the terminal.

(Please Note: if you are using Google Maps or a GPS, it will probably try to direct you to the terminal via Roberts Street. This is incorrect. During cruise days, access to the terminal via Roberts street is closed. You must enter via The Crescent – refer to the instructions above, or download the map using the link below.)

White Bay Cruise Terminal is mainly used by the smaller P&O cruise ships which are able to fit under the Harbour Bridge. A few of the more popular cruise ships departing from this terminal during 2018 and 2019 include: Pacific Aria, Pacific Eden, and the Pacific Explorer.

To know exactly which terminal your cruise is departing from, please speak with your friendly CruiseAgency cruise consultant or refer to your official cruise documentation that you would have received from the cruiseline.

For further information about how to get to the White Bay Cruise Terminal, please refer to the image below provided by the Port Authority of New South Wales:

Author: Alison Campbell

Post Date: 23rd September 2018

Categories: Cruising , P&O Cruises