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This old bracket has seen better days. This is one of a 3 bearer ramp attached to a sea wall that rusted through and took off down the Georges River. Jetties need maintenance too, contact us for all your waterfront needs #sydneyjetties #themarineconstructionspecialists #marineconstruction #sydney #georgesriver #oatley
Take a dip! Labna, chilli, burnt butter, lavosh. #jaaksrestaurantandbar #thekylebay #share
While everyone else jumped the bridge, I was snappin sunset shots πŸ€™πŸΌπŸŒŠπŸŒ… #sunset #georgesriver #explorecb #capebreton #eastcoast
Tuesday night adventure πŸŒŠβ˜€οΈπŸŒ² #tuesday #georgesriver #explorecb #capebretonisland #views #sky #pretty
Let us host your next event! Call us on (02) 9546 5953 or email us at info@thekylebay.com.au #thekylebay #events #flowers
Missed the sun peeking through by about 10 minutes, still pretty though #morningwalkwithdog #monashreserve #georgesriver #365days2018
Open waterfront properties available through John Basa throughout Kangaroo Point Sylvania Sylvania Waters Taren Point Sans Souci #kangaroopoint #sylvania #georgesriver  #sellwithjohnbasa
Happy Tuesday #morningwalkwithdog #georgesriver #monashreserve #365days2018
Well hello there, beautiful new Georges River site! Lovely to meet you and your sandstone boulders, charismatic gums and many kookaburras, lorikeets and cockatoos. Can’t wait to start design on this one. . . . #otherarchitects #newproject #sydneyarchitecture #beautifulsydney #georgesriver #boatwatching #tides #currents #mangroves #birdlife #birdlyf #classicsite #howstheserenity #watchthisspace #familyhome #modernistinspo #newbuild #groundup #freespace #slowspace #architecture #architecturelovers #australianarchitecture
We don’t believe in hard to reach or tight access!  @hinoaustralia . . . . . #combinedskips #bluewaterbarges #skips #marrell #bookabin #georgesriver #porthacking #stgeorge #sutherlandshire #sydney #building
LANSDOWNE . #whistlestop_westernsydney . #whisltestop_trivia . Located atop Flinders Slopes, a park within Mirambeena Regional Park in the Sydney suburb of Lansdowne is this sculpture which forms part of the CrossCurrents Georges River art walk, a project of commenced in 2007 by the Bankstown City Council. This particular artwork is made of seven poles exactly, each with a slightly different pattern painted on them and is aimed to highlight the significance of the Georges River to the local aboriginal people, the Dharawal. . The sculpture and its graphics were designed and painted by Jamie Eastwood, with each of the seven poles representing one of seven brothers which once travelled across the Sydney area, each brother having a special ability, such as the making of a fire or the supply of medicines. As the story states, the brothers were rewarded for keeping wherever they went together safe, by being turned into seven different gum trees, which can today be distinguished as the seven species of gum tree found around Sydney, and interestingly, each species is best used for whatever its equivalent was personified as a borther, such as the bark of the gum which was the brother who could make a fire, being used as clean burning firewood. . The installation was specifically chosen to be displayed at this particular site, as it was deemed of cultural importance by aboriginal elders in the surrounding areas. It is set on a particularly prominent hilltop and visiting it today will grant you views into the Western Sydney and even out to the Blue Mountains. Flinders Slopes can be easily reached by car, with ample off-street parking. There is a lot of green space and as such if you visit, we recommend taking a bike or going for a jog along the riverfront to explore the other parklands that make up Mirambeena Regional Park . Now, as with all our trivia posts, we’d like to know the exact name of the art installation above. And, if you have passed it by, did you notice the
Sunset drifters #georgesriver
A glorious afternoon on the George’s River #kayaking #georgesriver #sydney

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