A bustling wharf and dock at Circular Quay circa 1900. How magnificent is the steamer! On the left is the Goldsbrough Mort & Co Ltd wool store and at the centre is Customs House on Alfred Street.

A bustling wharf and dock at Circular Quay circa How magnificent is the steamer! On the left is the Goldsbrough Mort & Co Ltd wool store and at the centre is Customs House on Alfred Street.

Parramatta River From above | More images Parramatta River The Parramatta River is an intermediate tide dominated, drowned valley estuary located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The Parramatta River is the main tributary of Sydney Harbour, a branch of Port Jackson.

Parramatta River from above / The Parramatta River is an intermediate tide dominated, drowned valley estuary located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. / The Parramatta River is the main tributary of Sydney Harbour, a branch of Port Jackson.

On a misty day in 1930, high over the ships in the harbour, the two halves of the Harbour Bridge are almost ready to be joined.

On a misty day in high over the ships in the harbour, the two halves of the Sydney Harbour Bridge are almost ready to be joined.

Doyles on the beach at Watsons Bay. Opened first seafood restaurant in 1885. Still trading for over five generations on this spot.

Doyles at Watsons Bay. Opened it's first seafood restaurant in 1885 on the waters edge. Still trading for over five generations on this spot.

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