Watsons Bay

by Sarah Averbuch August. 05, 2017 825 views

Last weekend my friends and I visited Watsons Bay: a beautiful and quaint eastern suburb of Sydney. This is the place at which the British sailor, Captain Phillip, and his crew first arrived in Sydney in 1788!

I think this is my favorite spot I've explored because of the quiet beaches, the picturesque historic fisherman's village and gorgeous cliff and bay views from the light house!

Enjoy these photos!!

There is something I just adore about houses like this.

There is something I just adore about houses like this.

Not a gorgeous photo with the trash bins in the back, but this represents where Captain Phillip first arrived in Australia on the beach (photo below).

Not a gorgeous photo with the trash bins in the back, but this represents where Captain Phillip first arrived in Australia on the beach (photo below).

Boys will be boys

Boys will be boys

Boys will be boys...

Boys will be boys...

The cliff I am on here and the cliff across the water create the mouth of the Sydney Bay area!

The cliff I am on here and the cliff across the water create the mouth of the Sydney Bay area!

The Hornby Lighthouse

The Hornby Lighthouse

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