Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Centrepoint Tower

This Sydney landmark is just over 1000 feet high (305m) and features a revolving restaurant and viewing skywalk. Lots of cranes surround it as Frank Lowy is refurbishing the Westfields underneath it, so lots of jackhammering, trucks and female Irish traffic controllers (Why are they all Irish at the moment?).


  1. The jackhammers and trucks do not appeal to me, but the restaurant and skywalk do! Fantastic shot!

  2. Interesting that they should be Irish? I would have thought, maybe German?

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  4. No no no ... Irish bakpakers ... Sydney is full of them. You only have to ride the 380 out to Bondi to be totally overwhelmed with the accent. There is one who is working the Stop/Go on the George Street entrance who has a delghtful sense of humour.


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