This sensational cruise is the perfect way to see the beautiful Sydney Harbour. Join us for a family get-together, a romantic date or a fun catch up with friends, as you take in the city sights.
- Homebush service on the day
Cruise to Victory on the Origin Express
Join Fantasea for a twilight cruise before witnessing the finale to Australia’s most eminent sporting rivalry!
If you are heading to ANZ Stadium for Game two of the 2020 State of Origin, why not let Fantasea Cruising up your game experience!
Before the lights dim and the smoke clears, before the excitement builds for kick off… Jump on board a Fantasea Catamaran as we leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind us, cruising from King Street wharf, Darling Harbour to Sydney Olympic Park.
Avoid the woes of Sydney traffic and the inevitable congestion of public transport, instead relax on board our climate controlled, multi-level spacious catamaran.
Take in highlights of Sydney Harbour as we make our way up the Paramatta river. Drinks and snacks are available for purchase from our friendly crew at the on board bar (please note our bar is cashless, card payments only). With countless ‘insta’ perfect backdrops, your cruise to the game is sure to be the highlight of your evening, unless of cause NSW wins!!
Game 2: Sunday 21st June 2020, ANZ Stadium, Homebush, NSW, Australia, 6pm Kick-Off (Local Time)
4:00pm Check in at Fantasea Cruising Darling Harbour – Located underneath Helm bar 4:30pm Fantasea Cruising Departs King Street Wharf 5:00pm Gates Open 5:15pm Fantasea Cruising arrives at Sydney Olympic Park Wharf Guests make their way to ANZ Stadium (Please note that it is a 20 minute walk from the wharf to the Stadium Precinct) 6:00pm Kick-Off: NSW Blues v Queensland Maroons
The Maroons lost Game 1 28-4 at home, before bouncing back to win Game 2 18-16 and Game 3 22-6, taking out the 2017 series.
The NSW Blues won the 2018 State of Origin series thanks to a four-point win over the Queensland Maroons in Game 2, 18-14.
2019 State of Origin series was won 2-1 by the NSW Blues after a thrilling Game 3 victory thanks to a last-minute try by player of the series James Tedesco.