Photos - Secrets - Water
Nothing like having your very own creek. Warrimoo Avenue, St Ives.
The Katoomba Cascades have been move to Bathurst Street, Sydney, to make access
easier for city residents.
Sydney Olympic Park
Sydney Olympic Park's Taj Mahal in Bicentennial Park.
None of the residents of The Spit we spoke
to knew this cliff top view existed, even though many thousands
of commuters drive past the cliff each day. Access is by bush
track from Upper Spit Road, The Spit.
Forrester Road, Tregear, offers a size to suit every taste.
Does Moss Street, Voyager Point, have the boat with the world's longest name?
Our very own tsunami. Finlay Road, Warrawee.
The start of Alan’s attempt to become
the first nonagenarian to climb Sydney Harbour Bridge
pylons. Our overseas visitors will note the severity
of the current Australian drought — Sydney Harbour
is now virtually dry.
Or is this just a replica of the bridge at the entrance
to car sales yards on the Hume Highway at Warwick Farm?
The Waterloo waterfall is in Cooper Street.
Ask anyone in Willoughby or nearby suburbs
where the nearest waterfall is and they’ll look blank.
But there is a hidden one in Butt Park, on busy Eastern Valley
Way, Willoughby East. It even performs in drought.
Woolwich's former naval dockyard is now open to
walkers. Enter from Gale Street. You can continue to Kelly's Bush,
site of the world's first green ban.
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