Lower Portland Ferry
The ferry is operated by a private sector operator under contract to Hawkesbury City Council and The Hills Shire Council, who jointly fund the service. The crossing is 209 metres (686 ft) in length and is free of tolls. The ferry operates on demand from 0500 to 2400, 7 days a week, but is closed for maintenance on the first Wednesday of each month from 0900 to 1100
The Lower Portland Ferry is one of four cable ferry crossings over the Hawkesbury River proper, and is unusual in being the only one not provided by Transport for NSW. The other are the Sackville Ferry upstream, and the Webbs Creek Ferry and Wisemans Ferry downstream. A fifth ferry, the Berowra Waters Ferry, crosses a side-arm of the river.
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