It rained overnight not that we care - this is the view looking over Grant's balcony
Woolloomooloo Wharf or Finger Wharf is a wharf in Woolloomooloo Bay. The structure is the longest timber-piled wharf in the world and was completed in 1915. During its working life of about 70 years it mainly handled the export of wool, but also acted as a troop deployment for the world wars as well as a disembarking point for new migrants arriving in Australia.
It's really interesting how things develop and change. I read that there was going to be a marina and resort but public outcry changed all of that.
Walking back from breakfast It is a really quiet place
Loads of boats costing loads of money. Then we went off to Double Bay so Ian could buy himself shorts like he always does but he was horrified to discover it had become a frock shop. He was busy jumping up and down on the spot. So we went off to the Art Gallery in the Domain. There was a good exhibition of American Art.
Lovely old magnolia tree on the way back.
Walking across the bridge from the Art Gallery back to Woolloomooloo wharf
The view from the gate
Grant and Hannah's patio - BBQ last night.