The Old School includes some well known locations in Sydney, as well as some that are perhaps only known to locals. These images give you a taste of some of these hidden treasures.
The view towards Berry Island from Greenwich. This harbourside headland is less than ten minutes from the heart of Sydney, yet you can still walk the bush tracks and see shell middens, the remains of generations of oyster feasts, and rock cravings made by the Cammeraygal people.
Beach on Berry Island, Sydney Harbour.
Sydney sandstone and beach on Berry Island, Sydney Harbour.
The view towards Sydney and the Harbour Bridge from Greenwich. This view looks out over Ball's Head another harbour headland still covered in Angophora - Sydney Red Gum - forests.
Greenwich is still part of the working harbour of Sydney. The prime real estate shares its views with a fully operational oil terminal where large oil tankers berth to unload their cargo.
A close-up of one of the shell midden fragments on the Gadyan Track around Berry Island. Gadyan was the name given by the local Aboriginal people to the Sydney cockle, it can still be found on the rocks around the island.