Sydney Olympic Park ferry wharf is the commuter wharf serving the suburb of Wentworth Point in Sydney Australia. It is part of the Sydney Ferries network. It is located on the Rydalmere ferry route. The wharf has a single jetty used for docking of RiverCat ferries. The wharf was built in 1998 for the purpose of serving passengers for the Sydney 2000 Olympics, and served the RiverCat service which brought the Olympic Torch to the Olympic Stadium for the Opening Ceremony. It now serves residents of Homebush Bay and other suburbs nearby and marks the northern end of the Louise Sauvage Pathway which is shared path accessible by bikes and wheelchairs.
Services were expanded to 11:30 pm and as early as 6 am following a major timetable upgrade on 10 October 2010. Three late night services that previously bypassed the stop now stop at Olympic Park and morning services increased from three to seven. Bicycles are permitted on Sydney ferries and the wharf has bike racks for commuters.