Photos - Sydney North (continued)
See ferries, the city and harbour bridge,
plus the Parramatta River, from Waverton’s Balls
Head. Enjoy excellent bush walks at the same time.
A contrast at Waverton: the old North
Shore Gasworks tower and one of its buildings with a
backdrop of modern unit blocks. To see them best, walk
down King Street and the steps at its end, right onto
the North Sydney Circle Walk and into Badangi Reserve.
The sharpest bend on the north shore railway
line, seen here from King Street, Waverton, is around
the former gasworks site.
Since there is only one suburb further
north on Sydney's northern coastal peninsula, Whale
Beach is a quiet suburb, at least outside summer. The
beach is seen from the junction of Whale Beach and Norma
I woke up this morning to find a pebble missing from our driveway in Mabel Street, Willoughby.
Not only did Alan get a bit of a scare when he came
across this lifelike rock carving in Willoughby’s
Hallstrom Reserve, but then it started trumpetting at
him. He points to the noise generator that had detected
If you get booked for parking in Armstrong Street
East, North Willoughby, you have an excellent court case.
Besides the obvious (“But I wasn’t standing, Your
Worship”) you have photographic evidence of the hidden
“No Standing” sign.
Would the rarest colour for a house be pink? See it
in Salisbury Road, North Willoughby.
Transport Manager: Cars are ignoring the bus zone in Ivy Street, Wollstonecraft, so put a blockage there to stop them parking there.
Engineer: But if I do that, won't it also …?
Manager: You heard what I ordered.
(End of North)