This is a photographic series featuring how the city of Sydney has been impacted by the CoViD-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak. This is a pandemic that has resulted in over 500,000 people infected within a few months, and have killed over 20,000 people (figures as at the end of March 2020).
At the time of writing, Sydney has not yet subject to a population lockdown (unlike other countries and cities) but residents are strongly advised to stay indoors unless absolutely necessary.
This series of posts show just how quiet the streets of Sydney and suburbs have become.
Chatswood Station, normally the fifth busiest station in Sydney.
St Andrew’s Cathedral and Town Hall Square is normally packed full of people on a Friday lunch, but it feels like a ghost town
The steps in front of Sydney Town Hall is normally packed full of people as it is a popular meeting spot and rendezvous point.
I wandered through an almost empty QVB in the heart of Sydney.
A quiet afternoon walking from Ives Steps (where there are normally a few fisherman trying to catch something from the harbour) with a beautiful view of the Western side of Sydney Harbour Bridge.