We took a trip up to the Coal Loader Centre For Sustainability a few weeks ago, as I figured it would be one of the more quiet and social-distance-able parklands around the inner city, and we had some spare time in the afternoon. Turns out it was going to be our last proper trip for some time out beyond the 2km radius that encompasses us, the local park, and the local Woolworths.

I thought I’d share some photos of the walk; it really sports quite phenomenal views of the inner harbour, though the photos don’t do it quite enough justice.

A man, unscrewing a Sodastream bottle with the ocean in the background
A man, smiling with a garden in the background
A tunnel with light at the end looking out toward bushland
A sign that says 'danger: do not enter' with the ocean in the background
A photo of the view out towards the inner harbour looking out to the west
A photo of the view out towards the inner harbour looking out to the west
A view of the Sydney harbour bridge and CBD skyline
A view of the Sydney CBD skyline and inner west
A view of a man looking out towards the CBD across the ocean
A view of the harbour from a different angle, this time with more trees