List of Sydney Ferries wharves

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Sydney Ferries is the brand name for a metropolitan ferry service operating in Sydney Harbour, connecting a network of 36 wharves on the waterway and its various inlets and tributaries. Currently, Sydney Ferries operates seven distinct service routes across the harbour, all originating from or terminating at Circular Quay ferry wharf, one of only five wharves on the network to be regularly serviced by more than one route, with the other four being Balmain East, Barangaroo, McMahons Point, and Milsons Point, all serviced by both the F3 Parramatta River and F4 Darling Harbour services. The network's extent reaches Parramatta ferry wharf at its most westerly, and Manly ferry wharf at its most easterly.

Wharves

In service

Name Image Coordinates Bs Route(s) Date opened Previous names[a] Interchanges
Abbotsford Abbotsford 33°50′37.3″S 151°07′41.5″E / 33.843694°S 151.128194°E / -33.843694; 151.128194 (Abbotsford ferry wharf) 1
unknown
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Balmain Balmain 33°51′16.4″S 151°11′10.6″E / 33.854556°S 151.186278°E / -33.854556; 151.186278 (Balmain ferry wharf) 1
  • circa 1895 (original)[1]
  • 1997 (repairs)[b]
  • 2013 (renovation)[3]
  • Thames Street, Balmain (–2002)
Balmain East Balmain East 33°51′24.6″S 151°11′46.2″E / 33.856833°S 151.196167°E / -33.856833; 151.196167 (Balmain East ferry wharf) 1
  • 1844 (original)[4]
  • 18 June 2015 (renovation)[5]
  • Darling Street, Balmain (–2002)
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Barangaroo
Wharf 1
Barangaroo 33°51′51.6″S 151°12′03.3″E / 33.864333°S 151.200917°E / -33.864333; 151.200917 (Barangaroo ferry wharf 1) 2
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Barangaroo
Wharf 2
33°51′52.9″S 151°12′03.5″E / 33.864694°S 151.200972°E / -33.864694; 151.200972 (Barangaroo ferry wharf 2) 2
Birchgrove Birchgrove 33°50′47.3″S 151°11′10.7″E / 33.846472°S 151.186306°E / -33.846472; 151.186306 (Birchgrove ferry wharf) 1
unknown
  • Longnose Point, Birchgrove (–1995)
  • Yurulbin Point (1995–2002)
Cabarita Cabarita 33°50′27.4″S 151°06′59.3″E / 33.840944°S 151.116472°E / -33.840944; 151.116472 (Cabarita ferry wharf) 1
  • circa 2000
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Chiswick Chiswick 33°50′44.1″S 151°08′30.4″E / 33.845583°S 151.141778°E / -33.845583; 151.141778 (Chiswick ferry wharf) 1
  • circa 2000 (original)
  • 31 July 2017 (renovation)[8]
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Circular Quay
Wharf 2
Circular Quay Wharf 2 33°51′38.7″S 151°12′43.4″E / 33.860750°S 151.212056°E / -33.860750; 151.212056 (Circular Quay ferry wharf 2) 2
  • 1901 (original)[9]
  • 1956 (first renovation)[9]
  • 2002 (second renovation)[9]
  • Circular Quay Ferry Terminal (–2013)
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Circular Quay
Wharf 3
Circular Quay Wharf 3 33°51′38.4″S 151°12′41.4″E / 33.860667°S 151.211500°E / -33.860667; 151.211500 (Circular Quay ferry wharf 3) 2
  • 1901 (original)[9]
  • 1956 (first renovation)[9]
  • 1986 (second renovation)[c]
  • 2002 (third renovation)[9]
Circular Quay
Wharf 4
Circular Quay Wharf 4 33°51′38.3″S 151°12′39.6″E / 33.860639°S 151.211000°E / -33.860639; 151.211000 (Circular Quay ferry wharf 4) 2
  • 1901 (original)[9]
  • 1956 (first renovation)[9]
  • 2002 (second renovation)[9]
Circular Quay
Wharf 5
Circular Quay Wharf 5 33°51′38.1″S 151°12′37.8″E / 33.860583°S 151.210500°E / -33.860583; 151.210500 (Circular Quay ferry wharf 5) 2
Cockatoo Island Cockatoo Island 33°50′44.0″S 151°10′23.7″E / 33.845556°S 151.173250°E / -33.845556; 151.173250 (Cockatoo Island ferry wharf) 2
  • March 1908 (original)[10]
  • circa 1950s (first renovation)[10]
  • 2001 (second renovation)[11]
  • 2004 (reconstruction)[d]
  • 18 August 2017 (third renovation)[11][12]
  • Cockatoo Dockyard (–2001)
Cremorne Point Cremorne Point 33°50′52.7″S 151°13′51.7″E / 33.847972°S 151.231028°E / -33.847972; 151.231028 (Cremorne Point ferry wharf) 1
  • circa 1910s (original)[13]
  • 15 September 2007 (reconstruction)[e]
  • 5 February 2015 (renovation)[15]
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Darling Point Darling Point 33°51′59.4″S 151°14′22.3″E / 33.866500°S 151.239528°E / -33.866500; 151.239528 (Darling Point ferry wharf) 1
unknown
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Double Bay Double Bay 33°52′23.3″S 151°14′33.2″E / 33.873139°S 151.242556°E / -33.873139; 151.242556 (Double Bay ferry wharf) 1
unknown
Drummoyne Drummoyne 33°50′43.6″S 151°09′25.8″E / 33.845444°S 151.157167°E / -33.845444; 151.157167 (Drummoyne ferry wharf) 1
  • circa 1880s (original)[16][17]
  • 1915 (first renovation)[16]
  • 17 September 2014 (second renovation)[18]
  • Wolseley Street, Drummoyne (–2002)
Garden Island Garden Island 33°51′29.3″S 151°13′47.8″E / 33.858139°S 151.229944°E / -33.858139; 151.229944 (Garden Island ferry wharf) 1
unknown
Greenwich Point Greenwich Point 33°50′31.4″S 151°10′50.8″E / 33.842056°S 151.180778°E / -33.842056; 151.180778 (Greenwich Point ferry wharf) 1
  • Greenwich (–2008, 2010–13)
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Huntleys Point Huntleys Point 33°50′31.8″S 151°08′31.0″E / 33.842167°S 151.141944°E / -33.842167; 151.141944 (Huntleys Point ferry wharf) 1
  • 1928 (original)[20]
  • 23 April 2013 (renovation)[21]
  • Gladesville (–2002)
Kirribilli Kirribilli 33°50′57.8″S 151°13′13.7″E / 33.849389°S 151.220472°E / -33.849389; 151.220472 (Kirribilli ferry wharf) 1
unknown
  • North Sydney, Kirribilli (–2002)
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Kissing Point Kissing Point 33°49′54.1″S 151°06′07.0″E / 33.831694°S 151.101944°E / -33.831694; 151.101944 (Kissing Point ferry wharf) 1
  • circa 2000s
Kurraba Point Kurraba Point 33°50′36.3″S 151°13′18.4″E / 33.843417°S 151.221778°E / -33.843417; 151.221778 (Kurraba Point ferry wharf) 1
unknown
  • Kurraba Point, Neutral Bay (–2002)
Manly Manly 33°48′01.4″S 151°17′02.1″E / 33.800389°S 151.283917°E / -33.800389; 151.283917 (Manly ferry wharf) 2
  • 1855 (original)[22]
  • 1945 (reconstruction)[f]
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McMahons Point McMahons Point 33°50′55.3″S 151°12′23.2″E / 33.848694°S 151.206444°E / -33.848694; 151.206444 (McMahons Point ferry wharf) 1
  • 1860–71 (original)[24]
  • 20 October 2016 (renovation)[25]
  • McMahons Point & Luna Park (1995–2002)
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Meadowbank Meadowbank 33°49′16.13″S 151°5′23.52″E / 33.8211472°S 151.0898667°E / -33.8211472; 151.0898667 (Meadowbank ferry wharf) 1
unknown
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Milsons Point
Wharf 1
Milsons Point 33°50′57.6″S 151°12′37.8″E / 33.849333°S 151.210500°E / -33.849333; 151.210500 (Milsons Point ferry wharf 1) 1
  • before 1895 (original)[26]
  • 29 November 2010 (first renovation)[27]
  • 2017 (second renovation)[28]
  • Milsons Point/Luna Park (2008–13)
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Milsons Point
Wharf 2
33°50′59.6″S 151°12′39.8″E / 33.849889°S 151.211056°E / -33.849889; 151.211056 (Milsons Point ferry wharf 2) 1
Mosman Bay Mosman Bay 33°50′18.5″S 151°13′56.2″E / 33.838472°S 151.232278°E / -33.838472; 151.232278 (Mosman Bay ferry wharf) 1
  • Mosman (–2002)
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Neutral Bay Neutral Bay 33°50′32.4″S 151°13′09.8″E / 33.842333°S 151.219389°E / -33.842333; 151.219389 (Neutral Bay ferry wharf) 1
  • 1871 (original)[32]
  • 20 August 2012 (renovation)
  • Hayes Street, Neutral Bay (–2002)
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North Sydney North Sydney 33°50′41.5″S 151°13′07.4″E / 33.844861°S 151.218722°E / -33.844861; 151.218722 (North Sydney ferry wharf) 1
unknown
  • North Sydney, High Street (–2002)
Old Cremorne 33°50′27.1″S 151°13′49.8″E / 33.840861°S 151.230500°E / -33.840861; 151.230500 (Old Cremorne ferry wharf) 1
unknown
Parramatta Parramatta 33°48′50.09″S 151°0′38.09″E / 33.8139139°S 151.0105806°E / -33.8139139; 151.0105806 (Parramatta ferry wharf) 1
  • 9 December 1993
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Pyrmont Bay Pyrmont Bay 33°52′05.4″S 151°11′55.7″E / 33.868167°S 151.198806°E / -33.868167; 151.198806 (Pyrmont Bay ferry wharf) 1
  • circa 1980s (original)[33]
  • 8 September 2015 (renovation)[34]
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Rose Bay Rose Bay 33°52′14.2″S 151°15′43.8″E / 33.870611°S 151.262167°E / -33.870611; 151.262167 (Rose Bay ferry wharf) 1
  • circa 1940s (original)[35]
  • 1989 (reconstruction)[g]
  • 26 September 2012 (renovation)
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Rydalmere Rydalmere 33°49′4.76″S 151°2′37.46″E / 33.8179889°S 151.0437389°E / -33.8179889; 151.0437389 (Rydalmere ferry wharf) 1
  • 9 December 1993
South Mosman 33°50′35.7″S 151°13′57.4″E / 33.843250°S 151.232611°E / -33.843250; 151.232611 (South Mosman ferry wharf) 1
  • Musgrave Street, Mosman (–2002)
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Sydney Olympic Park Sydney Olympic Park 33°49′20.75″S 151°4′43.66″E / 33.8224306°S 151.0787944°E / -33.8224306; 151.0787944 (Sydney Olympic Park ferry wharf) 2
  • 22 September 1997 (original)
  • 20 May 2015 (renovation)
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Taronga Zoo Taronga Zoo 33°50′46.9″S 151°14′22.2″E / 33.846361°S 151.239500°E / -33.846361; 151.239500 (Taronga Zoo ferry wharf) 2
  • Taronga Zoo Athol Wharf (–1995)
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Watsons Bay Watsons Bay 33°50′36.3″S 151°16′51.8″E / 33.843417°S 151.281056°E / -33.843417; 151.281056 (Watsons Bay ferry wharf) 2
unknown
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Woolwich Woolwich 33°50′19.4″S 151°10′33.7″E / 33.838722°S 151.176028°E / -33.838722; 151.176028 (Woolwich ferry wharf) 1
  • 1856 (original)[38]
  • 1993 (renovation)[38]
  • Hunters Hill (Woolwich), Valentia Street (–2002)
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To be commissioned

Name Image Coordinates Bs Route(s) Date opened Interchanges
Rhodes John Whitton Bridge, near the original proposed site for Rhodes ferry wharf 33°49′23″S 151°05′33″E / 33.82306°S 151.09250°E / -33.82306; 151.09250 (Rhodes ferry wharf (Rhodes East site)) 1
  • 2020–22 (proposed)[39]

Decommissioned

Name Image Coordinates Bs Route(s) Date opened Decommissioned Previous names[a]
Aquarium Aquarium 33°52′10.9″S 151°12′04.2″E / 33.869694°S 151.201167°E / -33.869694; 151.201167 (Aquarium ferry wharf) 1 Darling Harbour
  • circa 1980s
  • 10 October 2010[40]
  • Aquarium (–1995)
  • Darling Harbour (1995–2008)
Balmain West 33°51′18.0″S 151°10′07.0″E / 33.855000°S 151.168611°E / -33.855000; 151.168611 (Balmain West ferry wharf) 1 Balmain/Woolwich
unknown
  • Elliot Street, Balmain (–2002)
Bayview Park Bayview Park 33°51′23.6″S 151°07′19.4″E / 33.856556°S 151.122056°E / -33.856556; 151.122056 (Bayview Park ferry wharf) 1 Parramatta River
  • 20 October 2013[42]
Birkenhead Birkenhead 33°51′27.7″S 151°09′40.6″E / 33.857694°S 151.161278°E / -33.857694; 151.161278 (Birkenhead ferry wharf) 1 Balmain/Woolwich
unknown
  • 10 October 2010[44]
  • Birkenhead Point (1995–2002)
Darling Harbour Darling Harbour 33°52′00.7″S 151°12′03.0″E / 33.866861°S 151.200833°E / -33.866861; 151.200833 (King Street ferry wharf 3) 2
  • circa 2000s
  • King Street Wharf 3 (2008–10)
  • Darling Harbour Terminal (2010–13)

References

Notes
  1. ^ a b Ferry wharf names as they appeared in Sydney Ferries maps from 1992, 1995, 2002, 2006, July 2008, December 2008, 2010, and 2011.
  2. ^ A $50,000 effort by the Department of Transport to restore the structure of the wharf, mostly damaged after a century of use.[2]
  3. ^ A two-storey upgrade to Wharf 3, which allowed berthing of the larger Freshwater-class ferries.[9]
  4. ^ Reconstruction of the wharf's gangway and pontoon after a collision with a vessel due to a faulty starboard engine.[10]
  5. ^ Reconstruction after the original wharf was a casualty of the June 2007 extratropical cyclone that hit New South Wales.[14]
  6. ^ Entirely rebuilt after a fire in 1939 destroyed the entire wharf structure.[23]
  7. ^ Reconstruction and partial renovation of the wharf after severe damage caused by a collision with the MV Borrowdale on 6 September 1987.[35]
Citations
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  2. ^ Office of Environment and Heritage staff (November 2012). "Thames Street Wharf". New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage. Government of New South Wales. Archived from the original on 29 June 2017. Retrieved 29 June 2017.
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External links

  • Transport for New South Wales public website
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