Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Rydalmere, ferry wharf

This ferry wharf, on the northern side of the Parramatta River, is in the north western suburb of Rydalmere. A regular service is provided by RiverCat ferries, part of Sydney Ferries, on the Parramatta River route. Sometimes, due to flooding or natural low tides in the shallow waters of upper Parramatta River, some trips between Parramatta and Rydalmere are replaced by buses.


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  2. It's so clean and fresh looking. Not like any piers I"ve seen around here. Lovely!

  3. It's for people and not for cars I think - very nice photo :)

  4. I like that trip up to Parramatta. Must do it again sometime and take the camera.

  5. It doesn't look like a very wide crossing!


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  6. Interesting! And a great picture -- just invites you to walk out on the wharf.

  7. Magical Mystical Teacher, the Parramatta River narrows considerably upstream at Rydalmere, heading up to Parramatta.

  8. i love the sunshine in your photo. marvelous shot.

  9. This photo makes me think how nice it would be to commute by ferry.

  10. PerthDailyPhoto, it doesn't flood that often. We have to have a lot of rain over a long period of time, for that to happen.

  11. Looks like the river is high in this shot.


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