Our operations extend across New South Wales, Queensland, the Northern Territory, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania. We deliver fantastic service to more than eight million customers annually. With a vessel fleet of 80 and a coach fleet of 62 vehicles, our Adelaide-based company has undergone a remarkable period of growth, emerging as a significant player on the national tourism and transport scene.
The Gladstone Ferry service to Curtis Island in Gladstone began transporting workers in February 2011, following the award of two major contracts for passenger and vehicular ferry services in support of the construction of the Liquefied Natural Gas projects.
Gladstone Ferries endeavours to provide its customers with a high quality, efficient and reliable transport service between the mainland and Curtis Island and a comfortable and enjoyable way for its staff to travel to and from work.
SeaLink Kangaroo Island has connected the South Australian mainland to Kangaroo Island since 1989. Travelling between Cape Jervis and Penneshaw up to 12 times a day, SeaLink KI also offers a range of coach tours, travel packages, self-drive packages and more so you can get the most out of your time on the Island.
SeaLink Queensland provides the quickest link between Townsville and Magnetic Island. Conducting up to 18 daily return services to Magnetic Island, we will have you in paradise in only 20 minutes. SeaLink Queensland also operates a service to Palm Island 5 times per week for the Indigenous community.
Since commencing operation in 1964 with the first vehicle ferry, MV Myora, SeaLink SE QLD has grown to become the largest marine operator in Moreton Bay, with seven vehicle ferries and one passenger ferry. Today SeaLink SE QLD operates vehicle ferries and passenger ferry services to North Stradbroke Island and vehicle ferry services to the Southern Moreton Bay Islands of Lamb, Karragarra, Macleay and Russell.