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A beautiful island that can lay claim to stunning views and incredible natural wildlife, Magnetic Island is the perfect place to visit to get away from the rush of life. With one ferry route to Magnetic Island from Australia being operated by 2 different ferry companies, and with 24 ferries sailing a day, book now with Direct Ferries to get the best price for one of Australia’s most popular ferry routes.
Although there is only one ferry to Magnetic Island, there is no one specific timetable for the ferries, as the number of ferries that sail a day can vary due to times of year, and other factors. Generally, there are up to 24 ferries running per day to Magnetic Island, giving you plenty of choice, and we will always try to give you the most up to date information regarding our sailings, so you can find the perfect ferry trip.
Again, although there is only one ferry service running to Magnetic Island, the fact that it is run by two different operators means that there is no one specific sail time, especially as sail times can also vary due to other factors such as weather conditions. On average, sail times are between 25 minutes to 40 minutes, but this is no guarantee, so be sure to ask when you board what your expected sail time will be.
How much the ferry to Magnetic Island will cost can vary due to a number of factors, such as what time of year you are sailing, who you are sailing with, and what you are bringing with you, such as bringing your car or travelling as a foot passenger. As there is no one specific price, we therefore recommend checking out our helpful fare finder tool, to find the best price for your journey, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.
You are currently able to take your car with you on the Townsville to Nelly Bay ferry, on the ferries operated by Fantasea Cruising Magnetic, as Sealink Queensland does not support cars on their ferries.