Pyrmont Bay ferry wharf

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Pyrmont Bay
Pyrmont Bay ferry wharf, exterior view, March 2017 (1, edited).png
View from Cape Bowling Green Light in March 2017
Location Pirrama Road, Pyrmont
New South Wales
Australia
Coordinates 33°52′6.42″S 151°11′55.44″E / 33.8684500°S 151.1987333°E / -33.8684500; 151.1987333Coordinates: 33°52′6.42″S 151°11′55.44″E / 33.8684500°S 151.1987333°E / -33.8684500; 151.1987333
Owned by Roads & Maritime Services
Operated by Harbour City Ferries
Platforms 1 wharf (1 berth)
Connections
Construction
Disabled access Yes
History
Rebuilt 8 September 2015
Services
Preceding station   Sydney Ferries   Following station
TerminusF4
Cross Harbour
towards Watsons Bay

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[edit]

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.[1][2]

Services[edit]

Pyrmont Bay wharf is served by Sydney Ferries Cross Harbour services operating to Watsons Bay via Barangaroo and Circular Quay.[3] Services are operated by First Fleet class ferries.

Platform Line Stopping pattern Notes
1
[3]
[4]

Interchanges[edit]

Bus[edit]

Transit Systems operates one route from the forecourt of the Australian National Maritime Museum:

Light rail[edit]

One route operates from Pyrmont Bay light rail station:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pyrmont Bay Wharf makeover to kick off in April Transport for NSW 8 April 2015
  2. ^ Pyrmont Bay Wharf upgrade Roads & Maritime Services
  3. ^ a b "F4 Cross Harbour ferry timetable". Transport for NSW.
  4. ^ "Eco Hopper Timetable". Bass & Flinders. 5 April 2015.
  5. ^ "Transit Systems route 389". Transport for NSW.

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