Photos - Sydney South (continued)
You can play the pokies while sitting in the window of the
antiques store in Dalmeny Avenue, Rosebery.
Tramway Lane, Rosebery: Our garage is the
one with the cream door.
In Rothschild Avenue, Rosebery: How would
you like your venetian blinds styled today, madam?
Peter Depena Reserve at Sandringham is
part of the excellent preservation of public foreshore
land from here to Kyeemah.
For once I was right: I guessed that with a name like Sandy Point, there would be no sand here.
Look who's partying in St George Crescent, Sandy Point, until dawn!
Jean and Jannah, two of the delightful ladies
who help keep Sandy Point the charming oasis that it is: free
of unnecessary overgrowth, rubbish, shops and noise (except
for the pre-dawn cockatoos).
This vacant house has Sandy Point's prime position, right on the water's edge at the end of St George Crescent.
We’re not speaking to each other
at South Hurstville.
Building numbers don't dawdle on the Princes Highway at St Peters.