Balmoral

Balmoral Beach
 
 
 
 
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Ten minutes out of the city we parked and bimbled Balmoral. 
 
 
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Now that’s what you call a raft.
 
 
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The Boatshed Cafe.
 
 
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Balmoral is a popular beach for locals and tourists alike.
 
 
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We settled in front of this amazing tree to people watch and enjoy an ice cream.
 
 
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To our far left, the sandstone we have come to see everywhere.
 
 
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Looking left out of the bay. To the right, the turning toward Sydney.
 
 
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Rear centre we could see the light we passed on the way to Spit Bridge.
 
 
Balmoral Location
 
Blue arrow – where Beez Neez is in Cammeray. Yellow arrow – Spit Bridge. Red arrow – Balmoral.
 
 
Tram to balmoral, 29th of May 1922 - State Records Authority NSW  Tram Cutting
 
1922 tram to Balmoral. [this picture comes from the State Records Authority of NSW]. All that is left today of the tram line.
 
 
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Bimbling back to the car we stood under a ginormous rubber plant.....
 
 
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Wherever we’ve been so far in Sydney, we have never been too far from a park or green space. No exception here as we parked the car in front of this huge, well kept green area – the beach behind us beyond more greenery and trees.
 
 
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On our way home we couldn’t resist this chap above a chiropractors.
 
 
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Parked and looking along the road from the marina steps. Looking down on the mooring field. Accompanied – of course by a noisy friend.
 
 
 
 
ALL IN ALL A LOVELY PLACE TO ENJOY AN ICE CREAM
                     THE WATER IS NOT WHAT YOU WOULD CALL WARM