Photos - Surprises - Rubbish (continued)
Harry Street, Eastlakes, shows us how to convert garden rubbish into treasures
Don’t rubbish this: the garbage truck servicing
the Elvina Bay residents comes by barge.
Geebung Lane tells us that rubbish collecting is improving.
Everywhere else in Sydney bins are placed at the
kerb. In Fotheringham Street, Enmore, we take more care. We wouldn’t
want them to be hit by a garbage truck.
No 2 Maida Street in Five Dock is still developing
its environmental policy.
Well, if it's their mess, let them clean
it up. Our favourite walk boasts magnificent views of
the harbour while passing former army and navy installations
and finishing with a swim or picnic at Clifton Gardens
wharf. Start at Middle Head Road, Georges Heights.
Always keep your rubbish bin wrapped to protect its contents. Carlotta Avenue, Gordon, sets the example.
I cannot help wondering what was in all the boxes. It couldn't have been pizzas because they are obviously diet
conscious drinking skimmed milk ... Tempe Street, Greenacre.
Manna Crescent, Gymea Bay, goes green.
Don't rubbish Gymea Bay. Even if it has plenty of it, as in Ellesmere Road.
Found in Gillies Avenue, Haberfield: Sydney's neatest rubbish.