THE Cronulla to Bundeena ferry is a permanent fixture of the Port Hacking landscape.
Since 1915, it has provided a vital transport link for residents in the Royal National Park. Click on the link to see a slideshow by Leader photographer Lisa McMahon:
On weekends, the MV Curranulla teems with tourists who have come from far and wide to make the short trip across the channel.
On weekdays, it transports people to and from school, and work.
The MV Curranulla is the oldest commuter ferry operating to a timetable in Australia. Watch a slideshow by Lisa McMahon of one of the shire’s treasures at work.
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