An industry source told BuzzFeed News the name would only serve to dilute the history of Sydney Harbour.
Authorities are investigating why a ferry carrying about 160 people suddenly capsized on Sunday.
Just bring back Wonderland already!
"Tatti kidhar hai?"
The U.S. Treasury on Tuesday approved a licenses for ferry service to and from Cuba. Travel restrictions still apply, but an attorney for one of the companies called it an important step toward opening up access to the Caribbean island.
Lee Joon-seok, who was captain of the Sewol when it sank last year, killing more than 300 people, was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday, local time.
The ferry collided with another boat in Bangladesh's central river on Sunday. By early Monday, 50 people had been rescued and crews were searching for more survivors.
Bari prosecutor Giuseppe Volpe said it is possible more bodies will be found on the vessel.
The discovery comes a day after prosecutors announced will seek the death penalty for the ship's captain.
The boat was traveling along the Padma river when it sank.
Coast guard chief Kim Suk-kyoon originally said 174 survived the April 16 disaster. The is the most recent of many government mishaps that families of victims have criticized.
Video released on Monday by the South Korean Coast Guard shows what appears to be 69-year-old Captain Lee Joon-seok abandoning the sinking ferry before other passengers.
Chung Hong-won, the country's No. 2 ranking official, announced his immediate resignation on national television, and apologized for the government's response to the ferry disaster that left more than 300 missing or dead.
Ferry crashes while docking at a New York City pier. Multiple injuries reported.