A New Attraction in Sydney – Floating Forest, Australia

A New Attraction in Sydney – Floating Forest, Australia

Homebush Bay, Sydney, Australia. In the west side of Sydney there is a 102 year old ship, which has turned into what is now known as a Floating Forest. Homebush Bay is a place where the old ships end up. This one – previously a transport ship – was supposed to be dismantled, but ended up becoming a famous attraction instead.

The dismantle ceased and it was left floating in the bay. During years the bushes and other plants overgrown the ship. It was discovered recently after the attempts to clean the bay. The Floating Forest has become a favorite site for photographers, who popularized it online.

Why to go there?

A new exciting attraction in lovely Sydney.

When to go there?

Anytime – visit Sydney all year round.

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Lead photo by Bruce Hood

Floating Forest, Australia

Photo by unknown

Floating Forest, Australia

Photo by AndyBrii

Floating Forest, Australia

Photo by Bruce Hood

Floating Forest, Australia

Photo by evangelique

Floating Forest, Australia

Photo by Steve Dorman

 

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