now there'd have been a great spot to cool down the feet
a floating netball court
the tourist train continues back and forth for those who've given up on walking
The restaurant strip; a plumbago arbour is the entrance to another eating place
Pyrmont bridge for public access only
the almost defunct Mono-rail. According to Transport for N.S.W. the monorail will stop operating on 30th June this year, making way for the new Sydney Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct in Darling Harbour.
Best viewed in full screen. Pyrmont bridge opens to allow the passage of two sail-boats. The monorail passes over before the first comes into view from the left, and the other enters from the right hand side, before the bridge starts to close again.
Popular tourist venues, three in a row, Wild Life Sydney Zoo (not forgetting there is the long-time popular Taronga Park Zoo, other side of the harbour), Madame Tussauds and the Sealife Aquarium