Kissing Point Wharf
Kissing Point Ferry
The Kissing Point Ferry
Wharf is on the Rydalemere ferry route,
which links the Circular Quay and Rydalmere
ferry wharves. RiverCat ferries use the
single jetty wharf for docking.
Other wharfs in Sydney include the
Abbotsford Ferry Wharf, the Balmain Ferry
Wharf, the Bayview Park Ferry Wharf, the
Birchgrove Ferry Wharf, the Cockatoo Island
Ferry Wharf and many others.
The Kissing Point Ferry Wharf is served by
the route 57 bus through an adjoining bus
stop along Waterview Street. The route runs
between the Queen Victoria Building and the
Kissing Point Wharf serves Putney, which is
on Sydney’s Northern Suburbs. Putney is 18
kilometers to the west of the central
business district, and is in the City of
Ryde’s local government area. Putney is on
Parramatta River’s northern bank.
The establishments and facilities in Putney
include a post office, a primary school,
sporting fields, restaurants, parks, a
shopping area, a public swimming pool, and
leisure and recreation center.
Chad’s Anglican Church is also in Putney,
along Delange Road. The historically
significant church was founded in 1912, and
is named after St. Chad of Mercia who was an
abbot and bishop who lived during the 7th