Re: Balls Head

Noel Reed

Manly Wharf extends at 90 degrees from the shore and is shown on the destinations of all bus routes in the area.


Regarding ‘Wharfies’, where does ‘Stevedore’ fit in to the discussion ?


Noel Reed.


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While we're being pedantic, the plural of Wharf is Wharves.

And a Jetty can be a Pier, or a Wharf can be a Pier (determined by their construction), but Jetty and Wharf are mutually exclusive (unless they are "L" shaped and lay both parallel and at right angles to the shore!)

And the Woolloomoolloo Finger Wharf was so named because Australian Stevedores are all called Wharfies. They probably would go on strike if someone called them Jetters or Pieries.

On Mon, 29/2/16, 'Iain Stuart' iain_stuart@... [LRRSA] wrote:

Subject: [LRRSA] Balls Head
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How do we account for “finger wharfs” (eg Walsh Bay) which are surely either piers or jetties??

Dr Iain Stuart  
JCIS Consultants
P.O. Box 2397
Burwood North, NSW, 2134
Australia  (02) 9701019

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