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  • Finally got to Toby's Estate in Woolloomooloo for a take home pack.

    Making cake, and eating it, too

  • You think "Woolloomooloo" is a perfectly reasonable name for a place.

    Skippy's List

  • He admits in his preface that it is a personal collection, “built over thirty years as a writer and editor in two countries,” and that some of the obscure references and definitions may not be useful to many, like the name of the Sydney district Woolloomooloo, or that the residence of the Danish Royal Family in Copenhagen is the Amalienborg Palace.

    “Bryson’s Dictionary For Writers and Editors” by Bill Bryson (Broadway, 2008) « The BookBanter Blog

  • I run a book club for the homeless and those at risk of homelessness through the Matt Talbot Hostel in Woolloomooloo.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Odd encounter.

  • If it's not spotting Russell Crowe walking casually with his sons at Woolloomooloo Wharf (where you can innocently pretend to be eating your meat pie at Harry's Cafe de Wheels), there's always the stars in the sky.

    Traveling Light: Sydney

  • Included is the Naga Bar (sweet curry powder, coconut flakes, deep milk chocolate), the Woolloomooloo Bar (macadamia nuts, Indonesian cocount, and hemp seeds!)

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • Until then, maritime workplaces on the city foreshores were part of the Sydney cityscape, as were the communities of Woolloomooloo and The Rocks where many maritime workers and their families lived in close knit communities during the nineteenth and well into the twentieth centuries.

    The Hungry Mile

  • In the first place the method adopted in our Woolloomooloo Fish Market of placing the fish in little heaps on the floor itself, when put out for sale, is not satisfactory.

    The Art of Living in Australia

  • France respectively, it will be interesting to refer briefly to the different methods with regard to the disposal of fish practised in the Woolloomooloo, the Redfern, and the Melbourne Fish Markets.

    The Art of Living in Australia

  • Fish Markets varies, and this opens up a somewhat debatable point. with us the lots are comparatively small, both at the Woolloomooloo and at the Redfern Market; while at Melbourne, on the other hand, the lots are much larger.

    The Art of Living in Australia


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