8 January 1972 - "Kalang"/"Sydney Queen" founders at Trial Bay, South West Rocks, NSW | Flickr - Photo Sharing! One of several vessels being towed for scrapping they all met their fate by either sinking or foundering on the rocky shore. Kalang started out as a Sydney ferry before being turned into a cruising showboat on the harbour.
Sydney Harbour Bridge from the Northern end showing the toll gates and the traffic lanes on the Eastern side, Photographer: W.
This monument is located in Green Point Reserve, overlooking Camp Cove in the eastern suburb of Watsons Bay. It commemorates the first landing point in Sydney Harbour of Arthur Phillip and the First Fleet. The stone plaque reads: On this beach (Camp Cove), Governor Phillip first landed in Port Jackson Jan. 21 1788. R.A.N.S.