A floating pontoon in the Manly Harbour Pool

A floating pontoon in the Manly Harbour pool in the Northern Beaches region of Sydney (year unknown).

South end on Manly Beach, showing the Shark Tower which was demolished in 1981. Manly surf pavilion and block of flats. C 1939 By Frank Hurley National Library of Australia

South end of Manly Beach, showing the shark tower, Manly Surf Pavilion and block of flats

Barbed wire entanglements along Manly Beach during WW2 - Sydney, NSW. Sydney’s beaches faced the threat of enemy attack during World War 2. Tank traps, bomb shelters & barbed wire fences were built along several city beaches after houses in the Eastern Suburbs were struck by shelling launched from a Japanese submarines in June 1942.

Barbed wire entanglements along Manly Beach during WW2 - Sydney, NSW. Sydney’s beaches faced the threat of enemy attack during World War 2. Tank traps, bomb shelters & barbed wire fences were built along several city beaches after houses in the Eastern Suburbs were struck by shelling launched from a Japanese submarines in June 1942.

Surf bathing at Manly, New South Wales

Manly Beach, Maritime Museum, New South, South Wales, Historical Photos, The Common, Vintage Photos, Count, Sydney

tipping horse, manly harbour pool 1930s

Vintage photograph tipping horse at Manly Harbour pool Manly, New South Wales, Australia


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