King Street Wharf – Darling Harbour


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King Street Wharf – Darling Harbour

The Wharves located at King Street Wharf Darling Harbour is by far the most popular. This is due to being very assessable and centrally located, not to mention all the bars, clubs and restaurants located along the Wharf and on Lime Street make for great pre-harbour cruise meeting spots and post cruise after parting venues.
 

Due to the popularity of the King Street wharves, a booking system administered by Sydney Maritime is used to coordinate each individual pick-up and drop-off. A fee is incurred which is generally covered by the boat hirer. Each booking provides for a 15 minuet time slot for boarding/disembarking only. Vessels must adhere precisely to the allocated schedule as bookings are monitored.
 

The King Street wharves are numbered from 1 to 9 and are located on the city side of Darling Harbour, in front of the bars and night clubs just up from the Sydney Aquarium and on Northern side of the Pyrmont Bridge.
 
 

How to get to King Street Wharf

Walking

From the CBD: walk down King Street towards Darling Harbour. At the intersection of King Street and Sussex Street you will find the King Street Pedestrian Bridge that leads directly to King Street Wharf.
 

Train

From Wynyard Train Station: Take the York Street exit, then walk West down Erskine Street towards Darling Harbour. At the end of Erskine Street, where it meets Lime Street, cross the street to King Street Wharf. Turn left (head south) to reach King Street wharfs 7, 8, 9 and the Aquarium Wharf. (5 to 10 minute walk)
 

From Town Hall Train Station: Once you exit the station, walk north along George Street, and then turn left into King Street. At the intersection of King Street and Sussex Street you will find the King Street Pedestrian Bridge that leads directly to King Street Wharf. (10 to 15 minute walk)
 

Bus

Sydney buses operate the 412 and 413 services which both travel along Parramatta Road and pass by Central Railway, they then continue along George Street before heading to King Street Wharf. These buses are scheduled every 15 to 20 minutes during peak times.
 

Taxi

Ask the Taxi Driver to take you to King Street Wharf Darling Harbour. Alight on Lime Street.
 

Ferry

Ferries run regularly to Darling Harbour from Circular Quay, Milsons Point, McMahons Point and Balmain. Alight at Sydney Aquarium and then walk north towards the King Street Wharfs.


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Parking near King Street Wharf

Secure Parking

1 Shelley Street, Sydney
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Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre

Parking is located underneath the Convention Centre – entry is via Darling Drive
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Wilsons Parking – Darling Park

201 Sussex Street, Sydney
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Links

King Street Wharf

www.ksw.com.au
 

Darling Harbour

www.darlingharbour.com
 


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