Then in 1788, Australia's first European settlers-British convicts and their overseers-claimed the land and built their camp atop the sandstone cliffs."
Didgeridoo music, quite unique, both the technique and sound, could be heard as we walked from the Quay to the Rocks area. Stopped and listened to this busker.
If you'd like to see and hear a sample of didgeridoo sounds, here is a u-tube moment with Larry 'Winiwini' Gurruwiwi.
hanging on a large branch with heavy chains each end and suspended from the ceiling.
Brass owls. I'm photographing through glass cabinet.
Aboriginal pottery/ceramics painted with traditional designs which always tell a story; and painted emu eggs (from $AU85).
Loved these open-weave and damask candles from the candle shop
The Crystal Gallery had the most beautiful polished stones and finished jewellery pieces, also this in the window....
and this wonderful piece of amethys with I guess something else/white in there also. Imagine slicing open something like this and finding what's inside; what a treat!
Lunch was at Pancakes on The Rocks and a quick exit to get back to Central station for a mid-afternoon train back up the coast.