Thursday, 10 June 2021

Monterey, signs

These signs are located in Cook Park overlooking Lady Robinsons Beach and Botany Bay, on the border of the southern suburbs of Monterey and Brighton-Le-Sands. The variable message sign board on the trailer is usually used for traffic management but now reminds people to "Help Stop The Spread. Keep Your Distance." during the pandemic. The Cook Park sign has recently been updated to feature the Bayside Council local government area logo and colours. Small signs advise that the "Beach Access Closed Due To Erosion" here. The road signs along The Grande Parade point north to the Airport and the city of Sydney and south to Cronulla.


  1. I was out trekking with a friend yesterday. We walked around a lake. All of a sudden we met a woman walking in the other direction in the forest, and my friend stopped and asked her about the two meter rule. He can be very funny sometimes.

  2. Lots of the 2 meter rule signs around these days.

    1. For some strange reason, in Australia we went with a 1.5 metre rule so that joke wouldn't work here. :)

  3. Painterly tree, by the way: we have a 1,5m rule too...
    Greetings from Germany

  4. That sign is a good reminder for everyone.

  5. Greetings and Salutations! I am focused on that tree. What a beauty!


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