Ferries

The MUA represents workers on Sydney Ferries and The Spirit of Tasmania. This includes seagoing and shore staff.

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FWC Order for HCF members

Important information for members employed by Harbour City Ferries (HCF) regarding an order from the Fair Work Commission (FWC).

Click here to view and download the order.

Published: 28 Apr 2022

 



Published: 18 Mar 2022

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PADDY CRUMLIN
 

NATIONAL SECRETARY – MARITIME UNION OF AUSTRALIA

PRESIDENT – INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT WORKERS FEDERATION

MARITIME UNION OF AUSTRALIA CONDEMNS BRUTAL
ZOOM CALL SACKING OF 800 P&O FERRY WORKERS

18 MARCH 2022



Published: 20 Nov 2021

 



Published: 12 Oct 2021

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Media Conference.

 

Where: Manly Wharf

When:  1:15pm, Wednesday 13 October 2021

            Immediately prior to the final public trip of the Manly Ferry Queenscliff

Who:    Paul Garrett – Maritime Union of Australia

 



Published: 28 Oct 2020

 



Published: 21 Aug 2020

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A letter from MUA Sydney Assistant Branch Secretary to MUA Members on Sydney Ferries

 



Published: 28 May 2020

 



Published: 25 Mar 2020

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Two of the nation’s biggest ferry operators have used the COVID-19 pandemic to justify the mass sacking of workers without any notice period or option to take special leave, according to the Maritime Union of Australia.
 
SeaLink Travel Group, which operates 13 vessels on Sydney harbour under the Captain Cook Cruises brand, has terminated approximately 130 staff, while the NRMA, which operates Manly Fast Ferry and Fantasea Cruising, last night axed approximately 50 workers.
 



Published: 28 Jan 2020

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Today marks a landmark day for ferry workers at Sydney Ferries.

Your Daily Crew Checklist today sees four vessels, the Mary Reiby, Rocket Alice, Annabell Rankin and Rocket Jillian crewed by union members. Not only are they crewed by union members, but the crews are paid the same rate of pay as other ferry workers under the Harbour City Ferries Maritime Agreement 2018.

This outcome fought for solely by the Maritime Union of Australia has finally been realised.



Published: 6 Dec 2019

 



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