Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Birchgrove, wharf

Birchgrove Wharf is in the inner west suburb of Birchgrove. It is also known as the Yurulbin Point Wharf or Louisa Road Wharf and had been known as Longnose Point wharf, in the past. The wharf with this covered passenger waiting area is located on the Parramatta River as it enters Sydney Harbour. It is serviced by Sydney Ferries on the Inner Harbour Services between Circular Quay and Woolwich.

25 comments:

  1. My husband is a Sydneysider, yet I have never been on a harbour ferry. What an oversight... it looks delightful, as ever.

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  2. It looks like the waiting passengers would have a great view.

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  3. Neat little ferry stop Jim, so many names for it!!

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  4. Your photos are always so perfect! This place looks so inviting.

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  5. Oh, what a lovely place! Visiting from A Southern Daydreamer...

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  6. It looks like a nice little spot on the waterfront. I loved Sydney's waterfront when I visited so many years ago.

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  7. Great shot. I haven't visited this place. I hope one day.

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  8. Lovely old style building, and no grafitti

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  9. I would love to go up the river on a ferry

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  10. You sure get around the city Jim and are such a fund of knowledge about what you are seeing too.

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  11. Joan, I do enjoy exploring this city and its suburbs and always take my camera with me. :)

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  12. What a beautiful little building, so glad its been retained.

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  13. I wish I had been in Sydney longer than two days all those years ago -I didn't get to visit spots like this.

    My Watery Wednesday is at:

    http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2011/07/watery-wednesday-149-my-area-of.html#links

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