Flat Rock Middle Harbour

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Where: 113A Seaforth Cres, Seaforth NSW 2092, Australia

When: 01 January 1897

This image is from a leather photograph album dating to the late 1800s. The album contains sepia prints of a voyage from Melbourne to Sydney on SS ARAMAC as well as various sights around Sydney Harbour and the Hawkesbury River. The provenance of the album and the identity of the photographer is unknown.

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    beachcomberaustralia

    • 13/Jan/2014 10:54:14

    Somewhere here - GoogleMapsSatelliteView - goo.gl/maps/jKxMb

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    Aussie-Pete 4

    • 13/Jan/2014 20:12:24

    Well done mate on the location

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    beachcomberaustralia

    • 13/Jan/2014 21:25:03

    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/help33] I am not 100% sure of it - GoogleMaps came up with 'Flat Rock Track'. Anyone fancy a bushwalk to find the exact spot?!

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    Aussie-Pete 4

    • 13/Jan/2014 21:45:20

    Mate the next time I'm in Sydney town I'll check it out and get in touch

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    Australian National Maritime Museum on The Commons

    • 14/Jan/2014 00:28:46

    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/beachcomberaustralia] [http://www.flickr.com/photos/help33] Thanks folks, that rocky edge does look like a contender! Not the same spot, but the NLA have some great images of the Perier family enjoying a meal in a rock shelter in Middle Harbour :)