It is a tiny cable ferry but also one of the great river crossings of New South Wales. You will often have it all to yourself as although it is a vital piece of transport, it only services a couple of hundred people and trucks aren't allowed. During floods the ferry is chained to the tall poles so it won't wash away. The height of the poles gives a good idea of how high the water gets in a major flood.
There is not much to do except turn off the car and enjoy the 5 minute scenic ride; oh and it is traditional at this time of the year to give the ferryman a small Christmas present.
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