Thursday, 24 March 2016

Cronulla, ferry wharf

This shelter is located near Cronulla ferry wharf on Gunnamatta Bay, in the southern suburb of Cronulla. It is serviced by Cronulla and National Park Ferry Cruises which provides regular ferry services across Port Hacking estuary between Croulla and Bundeena, on the edge of the Royal National Park.

13 comments:

  1. I'm reminded of bus shelters here, only this one's bigger.

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  2. That looks like it would be a fun ferry boat ride. Interesting sign.

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  3. I like that there's so much room in this shelter.

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  4. And remember Jim, Don't pay the ferry man, don't even fix a price. Don't pay the ferry man, until he gets you to the other side...

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  5. neat. don't have any ferries in my part of the world. :)

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  6. I wonder who choose the colour scheme for the shelter! Kind of quaint!

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  7. Not much of a fence there but the color of the building is quite fun.

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  8. Interesting Jim!
    I've lived in Sydney but have never visited Cronulla.
    I would love to hop on the ferry and explore Port Hacking one day.
    Our son now lives in Maldon, an old gold mining town north of Melbourne.

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