This is part of the Community Mural which is on the walls of the King George V Recreation Centre along Cumberland Street at the Rocks. It depicts the history of the area and acknowledges the Gadigal people, the Aboriginal clan who originally inhabited the Sydney area. It was created by Peter Day in 1983 on the viaduct wall of the southern approaches to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Painted in the Tromp L'Oeil technique which creates an optical illusion by an imagined landscape and arcades painted. In 2010 the mural was restored and extended with original residents and community groups helping to complete it.