Woolwich Dock is a former dry dock and shipyard in Woolwich, New South Wales, Australia.
The site was purchased by Morts Dock and Engineering Company in 1898 and opened 1901.
It was the biggest dry dock in Australia, at 188 metres long and 27 metres wide.
Although no longer operated as a drydock is still used for maritime purposes.
Bronze suits the BMW
The walk starts at the Goat Paddock
Top spot to bring the family
Plenty of parklands to wander about in
The views of the city are good too
A lot of labour
A family out for a boat ride
The upper class park and service their boats here
They made things to last
The timber fenders were added by the army around 1963
Its amazing where a plant will grow
There's a few million dollars worth of boats here
I wonder what purpose this served
I assume a crane ran on these
Old electrical and unidentified boom
The cliff face has its own little eco system
This is one of the barges used to service ships
Hawkesbury sandstone shown to good effect
Marine travel lift
Some informative plaques
James Bond ready for docking
The doghouse in front of the cafe
Deckhouse Cafe and function Centre
Pier that services the Deckhouse
A view of the barge from above
Some info on the army occupation