Can you imagine having a Port and Airport as your neighbours? That is exactly what has happened to the Sydney suburb of Botany. For many years, locals enjoyed the suburb’s relative isolation and made full use of its location on the northern foreshores of Botany Bay. This all changed with the development of Sydney Airport and Port Botany.
Come and discover how these two major transport hubs have impacted and altered the landscape by joining us for a guided bus tour. Bookings are essential as places are limited. If you cannot make it, look out for the City of Botany Bay’s self-guided walking tour, which will be available to download from www.izi.travel from September 2016.
When: Friday 9 September 2016, 10:00am-12:00pm
Where: Meet at Mascot Library & George Hanna Memorial Museum, 2 Hatfield Street, Mascot
Cost: Free – Bookings are essential
Contact: email@example.com or 02 9366 3802
Presented by the City of Botany Bay.
Image: Reginald, Jeffery & Stanley Edwards getting ready to row on Botany Bay , 1930s, courtesy Edna Edwards & Debbie Oliver