Photos - Sydney East (continued)
Take the track from Vaucluse Road, Vaucluse,
to Shark Bay and you’ll be able to tell the folks back
home that you climbed Mount Trefle. It’s no big deal
for you, since the “mountain” is but a miniature
knoll. If a 91-year-old can walk through this archway of trees
to climb the mountain, so can you!
In Vaucluse, like a snake slithering
towards its prey, a Nielsen Park tree root twists and
turns as it seeks its sustenance
So you want to play triples* at Diamond Bay Bowling Club
at Vaucluse? Tough luck.
(* "Triples " is three people on each side)
Sydney Buses caved in to Vaucluse residents'
demands for a better bus stop at the corner of Fitzwilliam
and Wentworth Roads.
Sydney people used to expect to see one
at just about every main intersection. Now it’s
rare to find traffic domes, which we all knew as “silent
cops” or “poached eggs”. This one
guards the junction of Olola and Boambillee Avenues,
From the Coastal Cliff Walk, Vaucluse,
you get an almost aerial view of the waves crashing
on rocks in Diamond Bay.
This one huge building, seen from Chris
Bang Crescent, is not very popular with residents around
Diamond Bay, Vaucluse.
The Coastal Cliff Walk, seen here skirting
Diamond Bay, Vaucluse, is stunning
When you think you've done all the bush
tracks to Parsley Bay, there's always another one lurking
nearby, like this one from Hopetoun Avenue, Vaucluse.
Rock steps beside undisturbed bush on
the track from Macquarie Place to Parsley Bay, Vaucluse.
The spectacular oceanside track through Watsons Bay leads to The Gap, unfortunately known for many suicides.