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The Stormwater Engineer

Image: Morely Ave, Roseberry. https://twitter.com/ONeillCam/status/447929706235449344

I had a long chat with Dave Grasby, an engineer from Sydney Water today. I took a bunch of notes some of which I put in bold on my note sheet. 281 more words


Back to Sydney..

Since arriving back in Sydney, I haven’t done any crazy touristy activities. Instead I have been getting into the Australian way of life… for me, this involves brunching and take-out coffee every day. 402 more words

Reuben Hills Cafe

Tucked in a back lane of sorts and what looked like a garage is a cosy cafe called Reuben Hills that serves up South American food. 113 more words


Rising Sun Workshop

“You know, I lived in Japan for three years but I’ve never tried ramen”, my grandpa tells me as we walk down Whateley street in Newtown. 403 more words


Munich Brauhaus - The Rocks

Continuing on with the European theme even though we had literally been eaten all day, my friends and I were still excited to try Munich Brauhaus on The Rocks. 491 more words


NSW: Royal National Park: Coastal Walk

Monday was a whirl wind adventure, a little frustrating and a lot of fun.  Jay and I decided to spend our day exploring The Royal National Park in NSW, slightly south of Sydney. 240 more words


Stormwater #1: Sydenham Pit & Pumping Station

I’m increasingly convinced that my project is actually about stormwater management/storm surges/planning/climate change. I’m interested in how storm surges are being planned for and also the history and development of stormwater management strategies. 143 more words