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Port Phillip Ferries Events

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In celebration of our partnership with the Geelong Cats in 2022, Port Phillip Ferries is excited to offer Melbourne based footy fans a free one-way trip to Geelong on Saturday 21 and 28 May at 11.00 am*.

Port Phillip Ferries is excited to offer Melbourne based footy fans a free one-way trip from Docklands direct to Geelong. The Cats take on Port Adelaide in round 10 and the Adelaide Crows in Round 11. So whether you’re a Cats fan or support one of the Adelaide teams, this is a great opportunity to experience the Game Day Footy Ferry for Free*!

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After two years off the National Celtic Festival is back and the easiest way to get there is via Port Phillip Ferries direct to the venue. Held over three days of the June long weekend this winter festival is regarded as Australia’s premier Celtic Folk Festival and attracts over 18,000 people to the region. There are food trucks, markets, free live entertainment, bars, open fires and more… and it’s all so easily accessible from Melbourne via a fast ferry direct to the venue.

TRAVEL SAFELY

We are implementing the following steps to ensure your safety during travel:

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Additional Cleaning

All high-touch surfaces will be disinfected before and after each service.

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Keep Your Distance

Give others space and
keep your distance where you can.

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Wear a Fitted Face Mask

Except for limited exemptions,
passengers must wear a fitted face
mask that covers the nose
and mouth at all times.

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Practice Good Hygiene

Wash your hands with soap
regularly and then dry.
Cough or sneeze into
your elbow

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Pre-book Your Tickets

Tickets must be pre-booked: either online or from the Portarlington Post Office. There will be no landside / onboard sales.

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We're Going Cashless

The café will not be
accepting cash sales
onboard until
otherwise advised.

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Stay Home if You're Sick

If you are feeling unwell,
please don’t travel.