Photos - Sydney North (continued)
Why are all these lines on Field 6 at St Ignatius College, Riverview?
Oh, of course. I should have known. They're to keep the birds in their correct
lane as they race neck-and-neck to the finish line.
The spelling error that defies the delete button. It's set in concrete in Pengilly Street, Riverview.
The Hodgson Park bush track at its natural best Ö and in global warming.
Riverviewís underground tree. Itís at the part of busy
River Road thatís had steps added to it to ease the grade (see next photo).
The secret part of busy (bushy?) River Road.
Discover it below Kallaroo Road, Riverview, and beside the closed Tambourine Bay pool.
.If you'd like a bush track with a river
view, Riverview can help. From the bottom of Tambourine
Bay Road, go straight ahead for views of the Lane Cove
River through to the city and see your first historic
well as a bonus. Or walk the opposite direction around
Tambourine Bay for mangroves and a creek crossing by
a natural rock bridge.
Allard Avenue, Roseville Chase, is all sharp bends and our driveway is a perfect match.
Sweeping water panorama, solid construction, handy to transport.
View canít be lost to new development.
And you wonít find anything cheaper in Roseville Chase. (see next photo)
But there are some drawbacks.
The solid roof construction is Roseville Bridge and the handy 24-hour transport
is only two metres above you.
Disturbingly, it's a steep 700-metre climb to a service station for your water. The resident told us that he had lived here for six months.
He added that the rangers are happy for him to be there providing
he doesn't make any noise.
You can inspect this opportunity by taking the path
from 42 Babbage Road, Roseville Chase.