Another simple bridge located in Winsor beside the Hawkesbury River, recently built and named after Private Luke Worsley, born in Winsor who was killed in action in Afghanistan in late November 2007. Took this photo December last year while on our way to the Sandsculpting Championship in Winsor, New South Wales.
Luke Worsley Bridge
A Winsor lad killed in action while on duty in Afghanistan.
Wisemans Ferry Park
I love this place! The environment is enchanted and awesome that most people not only me come often here for some days’ relaxation. Not only that, it’s a number one spot for foreign tourists to visit and they come by buses sometimes three to four loads and I’ve seen their presence many times. Most of the times we come here for picnic, fishing on the Hawkesbury River or just plain stop over from close distant country visit of places nearby.
Wisemans Ferry is situated in the heartland of the Hawkesbury River, about 60km north-west of Sydney’s CBD. Encircled by noteworthy national parks – Dharug to the north and east, Yengo to the north-west, Cattai to the west, and Marramarra to the south – Wisemans Ferry is a rustic village on one of the country’s most famous waterways.
The park is dotted with old big trees with colourful heavenly leaves hovering over the park and amalgamating with the other kinds of trees projecting an image of colossal beauty that touches admiration from visitors as well as local folks, indeed immaculate in style. It’s a fascination by nature that makes the place proud of – river plus huge trees and neat cut grasses with spacious picnic grounds.
The awesome park’s main road
Cars and motorbikes are moved from one side of the river into the other by a huge barge that makes the place a bit busy every day. Sports like kayaking and Jet Ski keeps the Hawkesbury River busy too. Not far from it is a vast golf course, another favourite place of relaxation by golf lovers.
I have more photos of this place in the photo galleries at the sidebar.
The huge barge at work.