Photos - Sydney West (continued)
In Rydalmere: And if you don’t stop
annoying me I’ll throw you over the railing here
Residents of 28 of the homes in Fallon
Street, Rydalmere, which is nearly all of them, have
kindly constructed these rest stops for walkers.
How good is this company's motto, seen in Nowill Street, Rydalmere, for grabbing your attention?
Welcome to Elm Place, Rydalmere, Mrs Marcos. Please leave your shoes outside.
It looks like idyllic living in a small, rural settlement, and
congratulations to the Patricia Street residents for achieving that.
Especially when they're just a stroll from Rydalmere's giant industrial area.
John Street, Rydalmere, offers glimpses
of the Parramatta River and splashes of needed colour on the
What is the only flag that appears on
other nations’ flags? Britain’s Union Jack.
It dominates the Australian flag, and this one on Victoria
Road dominates Rydalmere and surrounding suburbs.
In Hammerli Way, Shalvey: Is this guy for
real? He’s asking if he can ride me in the Spring Derby!
Sports-mad Shalvey sure goes through some
shoes. These grace a cleverly-named tiny street - not
Margaret Street, Margaret Place or Margaret Circuit,
but Margaret Court. Margaret Court was Australia's and
the world's number one tennis player.
If you're into power walking, you've got it made for a couple
of kilometres on the border between Shalvey and Bidwill.
You can wander for kilometres along Shalvey’s
wide, grassy corridors. After meandering down the power
line, let the creek navigate you to Chifley College.