Fairy Bower Pool

In Manly’s Cabbage Tree Bay, the Fairy Bower Pool is one of Sydney’s smallest ocean pools, a tiny triangle that starts ankle deep before reaching 1.5 metres in the not-so-deep end. After being destroyed by a storm in 2016, the much-loved ceramic Oceanides, or Sea Nymphs, sculptures by Helen Leete were recreated in bronze and put back into place 15 months later after locals and art lovers raised $57,000 to see their return.

Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney book - Australia Unseen - Vincent Rommelaere
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen
Rock Pools of Sydney - Australia Unseen

Rock Pools of Sydney

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From the world famous Bondi Icebergs to lesser known gems including Manly’s Fairy Bower, Rock Pools of Sydney is a visual journey through the eyes of photographer Vincent Rommelaere of Australia Unseen. 
Size: 258mm W x 285mm H (10.2″ W x 11.2″ H)
Format: hardcover
Number of pages: 204 pages
Language: EnglishWeight: 1.5 kg