The NSW Government is planning to improve South Mosman Wharf as part of the Transport Access Program.
MAY 2020Have your say
We invite you to provide feedback on the proposed concept design for the wharf. Feedback will be considered until 5pm on Friday 29 May 2020.More information
Engaging with the local community is an important part of the planning process. Given the current environment of COVID-19, we will not be holding public meetings to safeguard the health of the community and our staff.
Your feedback remains important to us so we have other ways for you to ask questions and share your thoughts:
Phone: 1800 770 973
Our online survey: complete here
Meet the team: instead of community information sessions, you can meet the team through a phone or online meeting. Phone or email us to express your interest and we can work with you to allow for your personal circumstances.
The existing wharf at South Mosman is a pontoon with a connecting gangway and stairs leading up to the cul-de-sac at the end of Musgrave Street.
The proposal at South Mosman Wharf would improve accessibility for our customers.
The proposed wharf design includes a new floating pontoon. A new pontoon would improve the efficiency and safety of wharves for ferries to pick up and drop off passengers.
The pontoon would have a waiting area with a curved roof, seating and glass weather protection panels to provide passengers with a comfortable place to wait for their ferry. It would be connected to land by an uncovered gangway.
The proposed wharf would include a new lift and stairs providing a safer accessible route from street-level to the wharf. New bicycle hoops would be installed.
The new wharf would provide South Mosman with facilities that all members of the community can access.
In designing the new wharves, a number of areas need to be considered such as accessibility, the environment, customer safety and amenity, future demand and ferry operations. These are outlined in the Design Considerations factsheet (PDF, 335Kb).
For further information about this project contact:
Phone: 1800 770 973 (during business hours)