Photos - Sydney South (continued)
Stunning views from a road off Gymea Bay's
Ellesmere Road, which is also called Ellesmere Road.
We are not sure what these pieces of wood on the
ground are for when you are on the rope swing in
Greygum Place, Gymea Bay.
Alan attended the then Hurstville Methodist Church every Sunday
at 11am and 7pm plus one or two week nights for his first 25 years.
He was taught the piano in the hope that he would become the church's organist.
Our favourite Hurstville Grove house was
on the water—on Oatley Bay, with Connells Point
on the other side.
A simple, but well-planned, touch of paint
can transform an ordinary quaint house into something
Admire it in Hillcrest Avenue, Hurstville Grove.
To get to my Hurstville Grove house in
West Crescent, look for one that is either red, yellow,
blue or orange; you should be able to read the street
The corner store in Jannali has an innovative name.
Patronise it on the corner of Georges River Road, Davey Street and First Avenue.
The view from 12 Lenna Place, Jannali.
Supermarket trolleys attend a strategic planning session in
Novara Crescent, Jannali, specifically on how to get back to the nearest shop, 300 metres away.
Kangaroo Point juts out into the Georges
River. It’s one of Sydney’s smaller suburbs,
with one main road and four side streets. Alan strolls
down the centre of the main road, not surprisingly called
Kangaroo Point Road, in the morning peak hour.
I knew I should have turned left at Albuquerque—this
path is getting a bit rough.
I’m at Kyeemagh, near the bridge over the
Cooks River, just a carrot’s throw from Sydney Airport.