The NSW Government has upgraded the Sydney Olympic Park Wharf as part of the Transport Access Program.
Sydney Olympic Park Wharf reopened on 20 May 2015.
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 wharf is connected to the existing covered wharf structure and includes a new steel floating pontoon, small concrete fixed bridge and an aluminium gangway connecting the bridge to the pontoon. The new structures are covered.
The pontoon has a curved zinc roof, glass panels and new seating offering some protection from the weather and improved amenity.
The new wharf provides:
- Better protection from the wind, rain and sun
- Improved safety for customers
- Improved access for mobility impaired customers and customers with prams
- Quicker and more efficient boarding and disembarking
Display panel, designs and resources
|The new wharf||318Kb|
|Alternative transport options||172Kb|
|What to expect during construction||771Kb|
|Locations - new wharf and temporary site compound||777Kb|
|Environmental and socio-economic impacts||279Kb|
|Wharf design drawings 1||498Kb|
|Wharf design drawings 2||173Kb|