On the occasion of our annual visit, our Sydney friends from Gymea suggested that we go on this cruise. We had never heard of either Port Hacking or the Hacking River before and were completely amazed to find out via the Ferry Company's advertising brochure that Bass and Flinders discovered Port Hacking in the Tom Thumb11, a small 8ft long rowing boat, in 1796! The trip itself was superb as we cruised by magnificent waterfront properties and meandered past various bays and inlets and saw breathtaking views of the Royal National Park. The brochure referred to there being a "full" commentary. Unfortunately, the only sour note was that the commentary was "loud and overfull!" Apart from that, we thoroughly recommend this cruise as it is a historic and scenic, largely undiscovered region, which should be subject to greater promotion, in our opinion.
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