Photos - Sydney West (continued)
Triumph as Alan reaches the summit of Mt
Lewis after which the suburb is named. He had to negotiate
the climb of over 15 metres.
The four neat attics with the equally neat drawn blinds
are on a house in Narwee, just near where Weston Avenue
decides to change its name to Rhonda Avenue.
I think I'm in Narwee.
I know I'm in Penshurst Road.
U-turns for pedestrians? Yes, in Kuts Avenue, Newington.
I’ve had enough of walking Newington’s
Narawang Wetland. I’m not moving another metre, no matter what.
Does Newington’s Narawang Wetland have Sydney’s most unusual picnic site?
There’s no view, but seating for 100, little chance of long toilet queues and ample rubbish bins.
Plus the comforting sound of highway traffic on the bridge above you.
Early morning is the best time to observe Australian wildlife inhabiting Bourke Street, North Parramatta.
Found in Isabella Street, North Parramatta: Sydney's most (or only?) professional garage sale sign.
Reasonable request beside Lake Parramatta: Could I please at least have the skin, Mr Waddle?
I've seen him in North Parramatta before, girls. I'd recognise those legs anywhere!
Someone’s trying to break into this old building in O’Connell Street, North Parramatta.
He could end up in jail for that.