Photos - Sydney West (continued)
All the major denominations are represented on Evans Road,
Dundas Valley Ö Catholic, Anglican and God's Letter Community Church.
I couldn't work out what this structure in a grassy stretch off Friendship Street,
Dundas Valley, is all about. Neither could the hens, who keep a suspicious eye on it.
Cockatoos line up for an autograph. These popular Australian
birds frequent Smith Park, East Hills, but only seem
to like its south-east corner.
We can’t show his face for legal reasons, but
we caught this vandal etching “Alan was here”
in the pavement in Enright Street, East Hills.
Usually power poles support the wires, but In East Ryde,
it’s the other way round. Take the bush track to Sugarloaf Point to marvel at this innovation.
You should see the bewildered look on Santa’s
face each year. In The Parade, Enfield, we have a fireplace
in every room.
In Wonga Street, Enfield, we have a fireplace every
couple of metres.
It could make a good claim to being Sydney's
smallest suburb, as well as one of the newest. Main
roads border it, but most of the Englorie Park houses,
such as this neat one, have a Parkholme Circuit address.
As soon as I can find the way in, Iíll make the most of
this recently-opened eye-catcher on Woodville Road, Fairfield East.
Alan's store on the corner of Station and Granville Streets, Fairfield Heights, sells Ushel tea.
Ants are in charge along the whole of the path between
Garran and Noelene Streets, Fairfield West.