Sydney ends at St Clair: Peter Radoll

When Peter Radoll was a child there was a bridge near his house that marked the end of the city and the beginning of the bush. He and his brother Danny Radoll spent many happy hours here “running amok” in the drains and the new developments as they arose. Because his parents worked so hard they had more freedom than other kids: “We were lucky…to have that freedom, and unlucky not to have mum and dad around.”

Keywords: Identity; suburban living; daily life; childhood; values; change, city