Photos - Sydney East (continued)
Trio's tangle of trees tops Booth Street, Camperdown.
Evidence suggests that Booth Street may one day contrast with the historic
1800s houses that form the bulk of Camperdown.
Purkis Street, Camperdown, is still recovering
from the 2007 earthquake.
Our Gilpin Avenue garage is absolutely perfect,
except that it's too short and lacks a driveway.
On walks in summer I long for winter and
in winter I long for summer. I found shelter in Grose
Street, Camperdown, on a freezing and wet morning.
The pride and joy of Camperdown: Victoria
"Why didn't I think of riding
every street in 200 suburbs?" asks Alan as Centennial
Park hosts a cycle race.
Centennial Park (a suburb as well as a
park) is to Sydney like Central Park is to New York,
although ours is smaller. The Grand Parade looks even
grander after rain.
Don’t look now, Janelle, but those
dopey ducks are playing follow the leader again (in
A rough rock track takes you to the Shark Point cliff
edge above Clovelly Bay.