Australian Cruise Group
Opposite King Street Wharf 5
32 The Promenade
King Street Wharf
Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
Secure Parking offers two great parking stations close to King Street Wharf.
King Street Wharf Parking on Shelley Street is the closest parking available. Parking rates can be found on the Secure Parking website.
Another nearby parking station is 321 Kent Street with an approximate 5 minute walk to King Street Wharf. Again, parking rates can be found on the Secure Parking website.
From Wynyard Station - Alight at Wynyard Station and take the York Street exit then walk down Erskine Street towards Darling Harbour (Approximately 5 - 10 min walk to King Street Wharf).
From Town Hall Station - Alight at Town Hall Station and walk north up George Street. Turn left onto King Street. At the corner of King Street and Sussex Street you will find the footbridge leading direct to Lime Street (Approximately 10 - 15 min walk to King Street Wharf).
Simply advise the Taxi Driver to take you to King Street Wharf and alight on Lime Street (Harbour end of Erskine Street).
Yellow Water Taxi's operate a service to drop you off at King Street Wharf. Please call 1300 138 840 to make a reservation.
Alight at Darling Park and follow the footbridge to Cockle Bay Wharf. Walk north along the boardwalk around the Sydney Aquarium to King Street Wharf (Approximately 5 min walk).
City Rail - Train timetables & information Phone: 131 500
Sydney Buses - Bus timetables & information Phone: 131 500
Silver Service Taxi's - Bookings & information Phone: 133 100
Sydney Buses operate the 412 and 413 services travelling to and from King Street Wharf. These buses are scheduled every 15 - 20 minutes during peak times and travel along George street before heading to King Street Wharf.
Ferries operate regularly to Darling Harbour from Circular Quay, Milson's Point, McMahon's Point and Balmain. Alight at Sydney Aquarium and walk north towards King Street Wharf. *Please check the up to date timetables and operation routes directly with the train, bus and ferry operators.
The footbridge at the harbour end of King Street Wharf leads direct to Lime Street. The footbridge is on the corner of King Street & Sussex Street.