Eastern Suburbs ferry services
|Waterway||Sydney Harbour, Double Bay Rose Bay, Watsons Bay|
|Owner||Transport for New South Wales|
|Operator||Harbour City Ferries|
|System length||6 wharves, 12km|
|No. of vessels||SuperCat
Eastern Suburbs ferry services connect wharves in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs with Circular Quay by commuter ferry. The services are provided by Sydney Ferries, an agency of the Government of New South Wales. The route is coloured dark green on the current Sydney Ferries network map. SuperCats are the primary vessel on the route with some Double Bay services operated by First Fleet ferries.
- Circular Quay- Circular Quay is a major Sydney transport hub, with a large ferry, rail and bus interchange. The Cahill Expressway is a prominent feature of the quay, running from the east, over the elevated railway station to join the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the west. Sydney Cove was the site of the initial landing of the First Fleet in Port Jackson. Circular Quay was originally mainly used for shipping and slowly developed into a transport, leisure and recreational centre. Sydney Ferries services use wharves 2, 3, 4 and 5 at Circular Quay. Each wharf has ticket vending machines and ticket barriers, and is wheelchair-accessible.
- Garden Island- This wharf serves the Royal Australian Navy's Naval Heritage Centre on Garden Island. The wharf is wheelchair-accessible.
- Darling Point- This wharf serves the suburb of Darling Point and is located in McKell Park. The wharf is open on weekdays only and is not wheelchair-accessible.
- Double Bay- This wharf serves the suburb of Double Bay and is located on Bay Street. The wharf is not wheelchair-accessible.
- Rose Bay- This wharf serves the suburb of Rose Bay and is located in Lyne Park. The wharf is not wheelchair-accessible.
- Watsons Bay- This wharf serves the suburb of Watsons Bay and is located on Military Road. The wharf is not wheelchair-accessible.