Cockatoo Island Ferry Wharf is the wharf serving the locality of Cockatoo Island in Sydney Australia, now largely an historical attraction. It is located on the Rydalmere ferry route travelling between Rydalmere and Circular Quay ferry wharves. There is approximately one service per hour, although ferries heading to Rydalmere only stop in the mornings, and ferries to Circular Quay only stop in the afternoons. The wharf has a single jetty used for the docking of ferries. Previously used for the transport of workers on the island, the wharf opened for passengers in April 2007 as a three-month trial. The service is now part of the Rydalmere timetable. As of April 2008, no ferry signage has been installed at the wharf, and not all services are listed on the timetable.