Look on the Google Map down below. The red marker is the bull pen, now charge off down the hill (its quite a rise) down down down to Marks Park, overlooking Bondi Beach and the Pacific Ocean. This is the path they took each day, after milking, down to the grazing land on the point. Much of this area was not subdivided at this stage, not about until the turn of the century did that happen. Even as late as 1908, the MacKenzies' lent the newly formed Tamarama Surf Life Saving Club a stable to hold its gear.
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