Photos - Secrets - Water (continued)
Corner of South Dowling and Cleveland Streets, Moore Park.
The Neutral Bay diving board off Merlin Street.
Use recommended only after very heavy rain.
The next boat in O'Donnell Street, North Bondi, is due shortly after the tsunami.
North Curl Curl
‘Eyes right’ screams the sergeant-major duck to his troops on parade at Curl Curl Lagoon.
How did I get roped into this? A chair made
entirely of rope offers a rest beside Manly Lagoon, North
For an old walker, a hill can be hell. I love the level, especially when it stays that way for kilometres
as it does around Narrabeen Lakes.
Lake Parramatta Reserve's dam has held off all that the lake could throw at it since 1856.
Walk the steep, hidden road off the bottom
of Minimbah Road, Northbridge, and then the steps, to this
secluded spot on Sailors Bay.
… while next door, malnourished people operate the sprinklers.
What's this? A public lake recreational area? A bay off
Sydney Harbour? No, not quite. It's a jail. This is part
of the grounds of the Parklea Correctional Centre, which includes
a maximum security jail, as seen from Tomko Grove, Parklea.
Only when Pendle Creek is not a creek do we realise what it offers:
a rocky mud pattern that we can admire from its amphitheatre.