Saturday, 16 May 2015

Darling Harbour wharves

Taken from Pyrmont Bridge, about midday today, facing slightly NW. On the right there are the looming towers of Barangaroo, and right foreground is the Sydney Acquarium, on the site of the original Market Street Wharf, commissioned by Governor Macquarie in 1811. On the left is the National Maritime Museum, and a smidge of the renovated wharves of the old industrialised Pyrmont. Way in the background, is the "north shore" with the towers of Chatswood just visible.


William Kendall said...

Great views, particularly in that light!

Pasadena Adjacent said...

Look at all those cranes! That tall building going up makes me think this is an area that's gentrifying.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I had not realised Bangaroo was so big. Rented an appartment overlooking it for a while. Before the building had begun. I guess the view from those apartments is no longer as pleasing.