HOME
*



picture info

Inner Harbour Ferry Services
Inner Harbour ferry services was a name used for ferry services connecting suburbs on the foreshore of the inner Sydney Harbour with Circular Quay by commuter ferry. Since 2017 this name is no longer used and all services have reverted to individual names Current Services * Neutral Bay F5 services - Circular Quay, Kirribilli, North Sydney, Neutral Bay and Kurraba Point * Mosman F6 services - Circular Quay, Cremorne Point, South Mosman, Old Cremorne and Mosman Bay Past Services * Darling Harbour services - Circular Quay, Milsons Point, McMahon Point, Balmain East, Barangaroo Barangaroo was the second wife of Bennelong, who was interlocutor between the Aboriginal people and the early British colonists in New South Wales. Barangaroo was a member of the Cammeraygal clan. While Bennelong spent considerable time in th ... and Pyrmont Bay In October 2017 this was reorganised to become the Cross Harbour ferry services which are no longer considered part of the Inner H ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  


picture info

TfNSW F4 2017
Transport for NSW, sometimes abbreviated to TfNSW, and pronounced as Transport for New South Wales, is an agency of the New South Wales Government established on 1 November 2011, and is the leading transport and roads agency in New South Wales, Australia. The agency is a different entity to the New South Wales Department of Transport, a department of the New South Wales Government and the ultimate parent entity of Transport for NSW. The agency's function since its creation is to build transport infrastructure and manage transport services in New South Wales. Since absorbing Roads & Maritime Services (RMS) in December 2019, the agency is also responsible for building and maintaining road infrastructure, managing the day-to-day compliance and safety for roads and waterways, and vehicle and driving license registrations. The authority reports to the New South Wales Minister for Transport, Minister for Metropolitan Roads, Minister for Regional Transport and Roads, Minister for I ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  




Cremorne Point Ferry Wharf
Cremorne Point ferry wharf is located on the northern side of Sydney Harbour serving the Sydney suburb of Cremorne Point. It is served by Sydney Ferries Mosman services operated by First Fleet class ferries. In June 2007, the wharf sank during a storm. It reopened in September 2007. On 8 October 2014, the wharf closed for a rebuild. The existing wharf was demolished, with a new one built reopening on 5 February 2015. Services Interchanges Keolis Downer Northern Beaches Keolis Downer Northern Beaches is a bus operator in Sydney, Australia. A subsidiary of Keolis Downer, it operates services in Sydney Bus Region 8 on the Lower North Shore and Northern Beaches under contract to Transport for NSW. Its headquart ... operates one route to and from Cremorne Point wharf: *225: to Neutral Bay wharf References External links Cremorne Point Wharfat Transport for New South Wales (Archive11 June 2019Cremorne Point Local Area MapTransport for NSW {{Transport for New South W ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  


Pyrmont Bay Ferry Wharf
Pyrmont Bay ferry wharf is located on the western side of Darling Harbour serving the inner-city Sydney suburb of Pyrmont. It is located adjacent to the Australian National Maritime Museum and close to The Star Casino. History The wharf closed on 22 April 2015 for a four-month rebuild. During this time, both Sydney Ferries and Sydney Harbour Eco Hopper ferries called at Casino wharf instead. Services Pyrmont Bay wharf is served by Sydney Ferries Pyrmont Bay services operating to Circular Quay. Services are operated by First Fleet class ferries. Interchanges Bus Transit Systems operates one route from the forecourt of the Australian National Maritime Museum: *389: to North Bondi Light rail One route operates from Pyrmont Bay light rail station: * L1 Dulwich Hill Line: Central Central is an adjective usually referring to being in the center of some place or (mathematical) object. Central may also refer to: Directions and generalised locations * Central Africa, a re ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  


picture info

Barangaroo Ferry Wharf
Barangaroo ferry wharf is a ferry wharf located on the eastern side of Darling Harbour, in Sydney, Australia. The wharf is the major public transport link of the Barangaroo precinct, situated west of the Sydney central business district. The complex consists two wharves, with provision for a third wharf in the future. It is serviced by Sydney Ferries' F3 Paramatta River and F4 Pyrmont Bay services. The wharf opened on 26 June 2017. Barangaroo was built on the premise of being a second major terminal for the Sydney Ferries network, after Circular Quay. The third ferry wharf in the history of the Sydney Ferries network to be situated in Darling Harbour, it serves as a replacement for King Street Wharf 3, designed as a long-term solution to a conclusion made by the Walker Report, which called for easing of congestion through a second terminal at Darling Harbour. Originally scheduled to be opened in 2016, construction of the wharf was delayed by a year, and was controversial for ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  


Balmain East Ferry Wharf
Balmain East ferry wharf (also known as Darling Street ferry wharf) is located on Sydney Harbour serving the Sydney suburb of Balmain East. History The Balmain East ferry wharf has been operating since the 1840s as Balmain's main wharf. Originally, watermen offered the first services on demand in small rowing skiffs or sailing dinghies. In February 1844 the steamer ''Waterman'' commenced the first public ferry service between Balmain and the Australian Gas Light Company wharf at Millers Point. The service was established by Henry Perdriau, the owner of ''Perdriau Ferries'', later ''Balmain Steam Ferries''.Spindler, Graham, "Harbour Circle Walk: Notes on Loop & Alternative walks"', New South Wales Department of Planning, 2006. Accessed 20 August 2006. From the beginning of the 20th century, Sydney's electric tram system down Darling Street to the wharf and connected with the ferries. The tramway operated until 1954. As the road next to the wharf had a grade of 1 in 8, a uniqu ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  


McMahons Point Ferry Wharf
McMahons Point ferry wharf is located on the northern side of Sydney Harbour serving the Sydney suburb of McMahons Point. It is served by Sydney Ferries Parramatta River and Pyrmont Bay services operated by First Fleet and RiverCat class ferries. History There has been a wharf at McMahons Point since at least 1839, when Blues Point Road was gazetted as a thoroughfare from there to the township of St Leonards. At the beginning of the 20th century, a large number of passenger ferries plied the route between here and the city, with services operating every 10 to 15 minutes. Six million passengers a year were served by the wharf. A tramway opened in 1909 to bring more commuters to the wharf. When the Sydney Harbour Bridge opened in 1932 the ferry services became redundant, and in 1935 small ferries operated by Hegarty Ferries took over the runs formerly operated by the larger craft of Sydney Ferries Limited to McMahons Point. The wharf has since again become part of the Sydney ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  




Milsons Point Ferry Wharf
Milsons Point ferry wharf is located on the northern side of Sydney Harbour serving the Sydney suburb of Milsons Point. It is next to Luna Park and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It is served by Sydney Ferries Parramatta River and Pyrmont Bay services operated by First Fleet and RiverCat class ferries. History On 24 May 2010, the wharf closed for a six-month rebuild. The existing wharf was demolished, with a new one built. A project to construct a second wharf commenced in April 2017 with services diverted to Jeffrey Street. Services Connections Busways operates three routes to and from Milsons Point wharf: *209: to East Lindfield *286: to Denistone East *287: to Ryde Bus Depot Keolis Downer Northern Beaches operates four routes to and from Milsons Point wharf: *227: to Clifton Gardens *228: to Mosman Junction *229: to Beauty Point *230: to Mosman Bay wharf Nearby Milsons Point railway station is served by Sydney Trains North Shore & Western Line and Northern Line ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  


Circular Quay Ferry Wharf
Circular Quay Ferry Wharf is a complex of wharves at Circular Quay, on Sydney Cove, that serves as the hub for the Sydney Harbour ferry network. Layout The Circular Quay ferry wharf complex consists of five double-sided wharves at 90 degrees to the shoreline, numbered 2 to 6. Wharves 3 to 5 are used exclusively by Sydney Ferries, wharf 2 west is used by Sydney Ferries, wharf 2 east is used by Manly Fast Ferries by while wharf 6 is used by other operators including Captain Cook Cruises. Each wharf has ticket selling facilities on both sides of the barriers as most other wharves do not have such facilities. On the eastern side alongside Bennelong Apartments, is the ''Eastern Pontoon'' used by charter operators. On the western side, lie the ''Commissioners Steps'' and ''Harbour Masters Steps'' that are used by charter operators and water taxis. When the Port Jackson & Manly Steamship Company introduced hydrofoils to the Manly service in the mid-1960s, a pontoon was attached to ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  


Mosman Bay Ferry Wharf
Mosman Bay ferry wharf is located on Mosman Bay on the northern side of Sydney Harbour serving the Sydney suburb of Mosman. It is served by Sydney Ferries Mosman services operated by First Fleet class ferries. History The first regular ferry service was arranged by property developer Richard Harnett in the early 1870s. A tram service to the wharf commenced in March 1897. At the same and in anticipation of increased demand from a developing and increasingly prosperous Mosman area, Sydney Ferries Limited improved frequency of ferries from Circular Quay. In addition to Mosman Wharf, ferries on that route serviced Musgrave Street Wharf (now South Mosman) and Cremorne Wharf (renamed '' Old Cremorne'') with the opening of the Cremorne Point wharf and its tram connection in 1911. In 1900, Sydney Ferries Limited acquired a freehold over then wharf and completed a significant Edwardian-style expansion providing a new wharf, waiting rooms and shops. In 1961, the pontoon sank, an ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  


Old Cremorne Ferry Wharf
Old Cremorne ferry wharf is located on the northern side of Sydney Harbour serving the Sydney suburb of Cremorne. Old Cremorne Wharf, in Mosman Bay on the eastern side of Cremorne Point, was built in the nineteenth century, before the 1911 opening of Cremorne Point Wharf with tram connection on the western end of the Point. The original wharf was at the current location of the Sydney Amateur Sailing Club, but was relocated slightly north to its current location before 1905. The wharf has no road access and is only accessible by foot along the Cremorne Point Reserve path. Services Old Cremorne wharf is served by Sydney Ferries Mosman Bay services operated by First Fleet class ferries. Historical gallery File:Old Cremorne Wharf and K class ferry Mosman Bay 1905.jpg, A then new K-class ferry at the wharf, 1905. File:Sydney Ferry Kurraba.jpg, '' Kurraba'' approaches the wharf en route to Circular Quay, 1909 File:Kirawa & Kanangra passing in Mosman Bay c.1938mosman.jpg ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  




South Mosman Ferry Wharf
South Mosman ferry wharf is located on the northern side of Sydney Harbour serving the Sydney suburb of Mosman. It is located at the end of Musgrave St, and was known as Musgrave Street Wharf from the 19th century through to the 1990s when the State Government renamed it "Mosman South". Today it is known as South Mosman but many locals still refer to it as Musgrave Street wharf. Services South Mosman wharf is served by Sydney Ferries Mosman Bay services operated by First Fleet class ferries. Historical gallery File:SLNSW 796665 Musgrave St Wharf Mosman.jpg, File:SLNSW 796667 Genoa Musgrave St Mosman.jpg, early twentieth century File:SLNSW 796666 Musgrave St Mosman.jpg, early twentieth century File:Sydney ferries KUBU and KANANGRA c 1950.jpg, '' Kubu'' (left) approaches the wharf as '' Kanangra'' leaves, 1950s File:Sydney ferry LADY EDELINE at Musgrave Street Mosman South Wharf February 1978.jpg, '' Lady Edeline'' at the wharf, 1978 References External links South ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]  


Kurraba Point Ferry Wharf
Kurraba Point ferry wharf is located on the northern side of Sydney Harbour serving the Sydney suburb of Kurraba Point. Wharves and services Kurraba Point wharf is served by Sydney Ferries Sydney Ferries is the public transport ferry network serving the city of Sydney, New South Wales. Services operate on Sydney Harbour and the connecting Parramatta River. The network is controlled by the New South Wales Government's transport a ... Neutral Bay services operated by First Fleet class ferries. References External links Kurraba Point Wharfat Transport for New South Wales (Archive12 June 2019Kurraba Point Local Area MapTransport for NSW {{Transport for New South Wales ferry wharves, Neutral Bay=y, state=collapsed Ferry wharves in Sydney ...
[...More Info...]      
[...Related Items...]     OR:     [Wikipedia]   [Google]   [Baidu]