Baragoola Preservation Association Incorporated

  • SS Baragoola
  • Baragoola
  • Telegraph
  • Promenade Deck
  • PJ&MSS Co
  • Bow
  • Main Deck
  • Control Room
  • Sea Trials

The Baragoola Preservation Association Incorporated is a not for profit organisation that has been founded to restore to operational order the historic Manly ferry "Baragoola"

Launching the SS Baragoola
Launching of the SS Baragoola on February 14th 1922 at Mort's Dock, Balmain.

The MV Baragoola (originally SS Baragoola) is the last of six similar sister ships all built in Sydney for the Port Jackson and Manly Steamship Company for service in the Circular Quay to Manly route... Read more...

The Association is restoring the ship to her appearance in 1961 after she returned to service following her conversion from steam to diesel. The restoration is driven by historical accuracy.

If you would like to become a volunteer and help to restore our ship, we invite you to join our team of skilled and non skilled volunteers.

Membership is open to everyone.

We are very grateful for the many sponsors who have already donated so generously and would like to thank them for their continuing support. They are listed ... here!

Mission Statement:
"To restore the MV Baragoola to operational status, to maintain her and to operate her so that she may represent an active reminder of the traditional Manly ferry fleet that helped shape the social history of Sydney Harbour and Manly."

Events:

Bunnings Artarmon fundraising BBQ 28th May 2016