NewcastleNewcastle fish markets walk around the Throsby Basin February 27, 2010 Carol McKayNewcastle fish markets at 97 Hannell Street, Wickham. Lunch time view Lunch time view Wonderful company Fish co-op Ferry and Marina Cowper Street bridge to Carrington History of ferries in Newcastle Fishing in the shade Tidal life forms Seagull, Plover, Pelicans History of Maryville What’s that in the industrial area? Nice walk way! Newcastle rowers club Modern and less modern housing Development of wool stores Development of wool stores part two Magpie in the shade Ibis, Mangrove walkway under repair Ibis boy band? Play sculpture We crossed over stix creek bridge and we are on our way back on the other side of Throsby Basin. Mangroves walk way (re-opening on the 15th of March after repairs) One of the art pieces adding charm crabs crabs Two black cormorants on the right hand sculpture Grey heron on the mud flat Three of the fabulous pelicans Willy Wag Tail bird The homes we walked past on the other side Onebygamba “large mound” – Carrington Onebygamba “large mound” – Carrington part two Stairway to lookout and sculpture Boat sculpture with a list of the ship wrecks, and various types of ballast stones. The bridge we walk under on the way out, and over on the way back. Our car was parked behind that ferry Floating dock, Honeysuckle Precinct, Marina* Flowering Umbrella tree*Floating dock for ship repairs on the left, Honeysuckle Precinct office buildings at the end, Marina and fish cooperative on the right.