Wiseman's Ferry, Sydney, NSW, Australia
The town of Wisemans Ferry (originally 'Lower Portland Headland'), about 75km north of Sydney. Named for the ferry crossing established by former convict Solomon Wiseman in 1827 (he was granted land by Macquarie, and soon put it to work).
This particular site is Hawkin's Lookout, next to Old Northern Rd. Named after Freddie Hawkins, the postman who carried the mail on the run from Windsor to Wisemans Ferry in the 1930s.
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From Wisemans Ferry : Hawkins Lookout