Photos - Sydney South (continued)
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.
Nearly half of Eastgardens is owned by British American Tobacco for its Australian headquarters.
It's a 1.8lkm walk around the site's perimeter.
It is certainly creative marketing to have
a fruit juice van carry this name. Seen in Corish Circle,
which despite its name actually comprises two sides of a rectangle
around Hensley Athletic Field, Eastgardens.
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.
About one in six cars obey this sign in daylight, but why are headlights needed?
Is it because some of Appin Road is tree-lined and thus in shadow?
(Also see the next three photos)
Or because koalas cross in the fog?
(Also see the previous photo and the next two photos)
Or because Gilead is rural (even though officially a Sydney suburb) where cows wander?
(Also see the previous two photos and the next photo)
Whatever the reason, it's a risky road with three of these memorials in just four kilometres.
(Also see the previous three photos)
It's our driveway in Peninsular Road, Grays Point.