Cruise to Triumph on the NRL GRAND FINAL EXPRESS Sunday 6 October 2019
An unmissable day of family fun, fireworks and the ultimate on-field event
Heading to ANZ Stadium for the NRL GRAND FINAL? Why not let Fantasea Cruising up your game experience!
Join Fantasea as we take a leisurely cruise up Parramatta River to an awaiting coach, ready to transfer you to ANZ stadium where you will witness the spine tingling excitement of the NRL GRAND FINAL.
Before you groove to the pregame entertainment, before you watch in amazement as the Provan-Summons Trophy is delivered to the field by an Australian Army helicopter. Before the lights dim, the smoke clears and the excitement builds for kick off… Jump on board Fantasea Cruising’s flagship catamaran as we leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind us, cruising from King Street wharf, Darling Harbour to Sydney Olympic Park.
Why the torment yourself dealing with Sydney traffic or congested public transport, when you can relax on board our climate controlled, multi-level spacious catamaran, with full bar facilities! Enjoy a beverage or two and take in highlights of Sydney Harbour , make the most of countless ‘insta’ perfect backdrops and up your selfie game! Cruising to the game is sure to be the highlight of your evening, unless of cause your team wins!!
Please note: the below schedule of events is based on the 2018 schedule and may therefore differ in terms of both times and events.
12:15pm ANZ Stadium Precinct Opens 1:15pm ANZ Stadium Gates Open 1:35pm NRL Holden Women’s Premiership Grand Final 3:40pm Intrust Super State Championship 4:00pm Check in at Fantasea Cruising Darling Harbour – Located underneath Helm bar 4:15pm Board Fantasea Cruising at King Street wharf 9 – Located in front of the cargo bar
Fantasea Cruising Departs King Street Wharf 9
Fantasea Cruising arrives at Sydney Olympic Park Wharf
Coach will transport you to ANZ Stadium
(Please note that it is a 20 minute walk from the wharf to the Stadium Precinct)
Pre-Game Show Starts
NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final Sydney
2014 – South Sydney Rabbitohs win their first premiership in 43 years, beating Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 30-6.
2015 – The North Queensland Cowboys’ won the match 17–16 in golden point extra time, claiming their first premiership title in their twentieth year of competition.
2016 – Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks win their FIRST premiership in their 50th season, defeating Melbourne Storm 14-12
2017 – The Melbourne Storm won their third valid title, smashing the North Queensland Cowboys 34 – 6
2018 – Sydney Roosters annihilated defending premiers the Melbourne Storm 21 – 6