New Pyrmont Bay Wharf to Reopen to Ferry Customers

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Pyrmont Bay Wharf will reopen to ferry customers on Tuesday 8 September following construction of a new wharf as part of the NSW Government’s Transport Access Program, Transport for NSW announced today. 

The Transport Access Program is delivering modern, secure and accessible transport infrastructure across NSW.

The new wharf comprises a brand new pontoon, bridge and gangway. The pontoon will have a modern curved roof, glass weather protection panels and seating to provide improved comfort for customers. 

“Ferry commuters have already benefitted from wharf upgrades completed across the harbour including Mosman Bay, Drummoyne, Cremorne Point, Sydney Olympic Park and Balmain East,” a Transport for NSW spokesperson said.

The upgraded wharf will provide better access, safety features and weather protection.

“F4 Darling Harbour ferry services and Manly Fast Ferry services will operate from the upgraded wharf. These services will no longer operate to Casino Wharf.

“The first F4 ferry service to Circular Quay departs at 6.36am. The first Manly Fast Ferry service from Manly arrives at 7.31am, this is a drop off only.”

Ferry services will continue to operate to the scheduled timetable which will be updated at transportnsw.info on 8 September.

Customers can also call Transport Info on 131 500 for timetable and service information.

“Thank you to ferry customers and the local community for their patience during work to build the new facility,” a Transport for NSW spokesperson said.