Brooklyn Ferry Service is a small ferry company, operating fully restored heritage vessels that ply the river between Brooklyn to Dangar Island and Little Wobby Beach.
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Great day out for a small group from KU Berowra, lunch cruise with to Patonga followed by beach play at Dangar, thanks to Banksia Ferry Charters, Cafe Dangar and Patonga Beach Hotel and Seafoods for assisting with great coffee and Fish and Chips ... See MoreSee Less
Brooklyn Ferry Service at Dangar Island, Hawkesbury River.
Come on people, if you can't throw out your stuff, let's not make the public Wharf at Dangar a dumping ground, looks atrocious ! ... See MoreSee Less
Brooklyn Ferry ServiceBrooklyn public Wharf isn't much better, we do return the milk crates for Cafe Dangar, but can't the milkman pick them up, also a lot of the rubbish here isn't from the general public passing by, and appears to be household overflow and from a bulk fruit and veg delivery !2 weeks ago · 1
Leigh JohnsonThe wharf idea started out as a great concept, many islanders have re-used clothes, books and other odd bits that people don't necessarily want to throw out but to give other people an opportunity to up-cycle. Up-cycling is an important aspect in caring for our environment but perhaps it needs better management. This is not people 'disposing' of 'rubbish', we have even larger bins for that. Perhaps you could focus on a few pieces and encourage people to come and use them?2 weeks ago · 2
Diane Davison ArciuliIt started off with just books but now its got out of hand, not a good look for day trippers😳2 weeks ago · 2
Pamela KingmanLooks awful, why would people want to make a beautiful area so ugly. Australians are becoming very dirty as it's happening everywhere. Get rid of unwanted stuff correctly.2 weeks ago
Shirley GodfreyFind out who put it there then take it back to the peoples place and dump it on there lawn and then maybe they might think twice about dumping elsewhere2 weeks ago
Stuart CharltonAustralians are real pigs these days .. ashamed... All along roadsides streets even in workplaces...Not enough public shaming I think...2 weeks ago
Richard StockleyMolly Moo, not quite sure of your question here "where did I come from...?, is the Dangar Public Wharf an Op shop never realised that, but your last comment that I have too much money to enslave the poor, just really confuses me, but I'm sure it makes sense to you...., maybe thats the answer to it all.2 weeks ago
Molly MooThat's what a op shop is for... Just cause you have too much money to en slave the poor... Get real...2 weeks ago
Brooklyn Ferry Service added 6 new photos.
Thursday evening at work ... See MoreSee Less
Watch New Year's Eve fireworks in Sydney as Australia celebrates the start of 2017
A quick reminder for all passengers that as of the 1st January 2017 our fares will increase as per the recent IPART and Transport for NSW determination.
In line with the recommendation of IPART, the Director General for Transport for NSW has approved an increase of $0.30 to the maximum single fare for the Brooklyn – Dangar – Wobby Beach ferry service, operated by Brooklyn Ferry Service Pty. Ltd. As such this increase, will be implemented resulting in the following fare prices, shown in the illustration below ... See MoreSee Less
Brooklyn Ferry Service added 8 new photos.
Beautiful colours this evening, it's such a hard job ... See MoreSee Less
Holiday Timetable for the Christmas / New year Period (upto Monday 2nd January 2017)
Note that all ferry services during the period Christmas Eve and Including Monday 2nd January will run to the Weekend / Public Holiday Timetable (excluding Christmas Day)
Note the 7am service from Dangar does not run on Sundays or Public Holidays and the 6:45pm from Wobby must be booked in advance
See NSW Trip planner for further detail and connection information
tp.transportnsw.info/nsw/XSLT_TRIP_REQUEST2?language=en ... See MoreSee Less