Photos - Sydney South (continued)
We are not sure what these pieces of wood on the
ground are for when you are on the rope swing in
Greygum Place, Gymea Bay.
At our place in Heathcote Road, Hammondville, we’d
like more open space, but these days you can’t
have everything you want.
In Jugingal Place, Heckenberg, we all use
our imagination as to what we can see in the black dots.
Small businesses cater for everyone in Khancoban Street, Heckenberg.
Not sure what the name of this game is. Looks like you try and throw the steel balls into the centre of the tyre.
Carlisle Close, Hinchinbrook.
Bring your bike inside, kids. It looks like rain.
And you shouldn't take the wheels off the others, Billy.
Carlisle (or should that be bikelisle) Close, Hinchinbrook.
The anorexic supervisor at a child-care centre in Joshua Moore Drive, Horningsea Park
We have over 40 pairs, or 80 shoes, in Gallipoli Street, Hurstville,
but if you take a peek behind the door you can see that we're very short of shelf space.
Alan attended the then Hurstville Methodist Church every Sunday
at 11am and 7pm plus one or two week nights for his first 25 years.
He was taught the piano in the hope that he would become the church's organist.
Our favourite Hurstville Grove house was
on the water—on Oatley Bay, with Connells Point
on the other side.