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Sydney Fish Markets

Day 9 - Sunday 6 July 2014

After breakfast we went into the Sydney Fish Markets to buy some fish for dinner and have a coffee. As it was mid morning at the Fish Markets parking was fairly easy - by the time we left parking was at a premium. We wandered in and out of all the shops selling fish before settling on some Orange Roughy and Pink Ling. Henry decided he needed some morning tea, so he and Andy went looking for something to eat while Di and Jan lined up for the coffees. We sat outside for our morning tea and watched the action on the water.

Sydney Fish Markets

Sydney Fish Markets

Sydney's Anzac Bridge

Sydney's Anzac Bridge

Fishing fleet at the Sydney Fish Markets

Fishing fleet at the Sydney Fish Markets

MaMa and Auntie MaMa at the Fish Markets

MaMa and Auntie MaMa at the Fish Markets

Just a small one Grandy

Just a small one Grandy

OK Henry - here's some money

OK Henry - here's some money

You call that a small one Henry?

You call that a small one Henry?

Well he was hungry!

Well he was hungry!

Lone yacht at the jetty

Lone yacht at the jetty

Its hard to get good foredeck crew

Its hard to get good foredeck crew

After morning tea we drove around Piermont looking at the sights before stopping at Darling Island to look at progress on the Barangaroo development. Lots of cranes with some progress being made on the new casino development for James Packer.

Doyles at the Sydney Fish Market

Doyles at the Sydney Fish Market

Barangaroo development from Darling Island

Barangaroo development from Darling Island

New Barangaroo Casino development

New Barangaroo Casino development

More development at Barangaroo

More development at Barangaroo

Sydney Harbour Bridge behind the Barangaroo development

Sydney Harbour Bridge behind the Barangaroo development

Luxury yacht Sovereign

Luxury yacht Sovereign

Entrance to Darling Harbour

Entrance to Darling Harbour

Those MaMas again

Those MaMas again

Fisherman trying his luck at Darling Island

Fisherman trying his luck at Darling Island

Captain Cook Cruise boat

Captain Cook Cruise boat

Observatory Hotel soon to be dwarfed by the Barangaroo development

Observatory Hotel soon to be dwarfed by the Barangaroo development

Heading back to Artarmon over the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Heading back to Artarmon over the Sydney Harbour Bridge

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