Meadowbank Wharf and interchange

The NSW Government has upgraded Meadowbank Wharf and interchange as part of the Transport Access Program. The new Meadowbank Wharf opened on 26 May 2016.

Background

The NSW Government is progressively upgrading ferry wharves across Sydney Harbour to improve Sydney’s ferry service as part of the NSW Government’s Transport Access Program – an initiative to deliver modern, safe and accessible transport.

The new Meadowbank Wharf and interchange

The upgraded wharf is made up of a floating pontoon, aluminium gangway and concrete bridge connecting to the existing wharf entry structure which has been refurbished.

The pontoon, bridge and gangway have curved roofs to shelter customers from the weather. Glass weather protection panels and new seating provide improved comfort and amenity.

The upgraded interchange includes, new footpaths and ramps, bicycle racks and updated kiss and ride and accessible parking areas.

The upgraded wharf and interchange provides:

  • Better protection from wind, rain and sun
  • Improved seating and waiting areas
  • Improved safety for customers
  • Quicker and more efficient ferry boarding and disembarking
  • Improved access for mobility impaired customers and customers with prams
  • Improved pedestrian access
  • Efficient interchanges with other modes of transport
  • Effective wayfinding signage and lighting.

Photo gallery

Display panels and resources

Overview

September 2015

The upgraded wharf and interchange

September 2015

Alternative transport map

April 2016

What to expect during construction

September 2015

Environmental and socio-economic impacts

September 2015

Reopening poster

May 2016

Announcement poster

November 2015

Community update

April 2015

Community update

September 2015

Community update

November 2015

Review of Environmental Factors

November 2015

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