Lets see what I came up with:
Vortex of concrete
I started my tour at the intersection of Point Street and Cantonment Street. Sauntering past the entrance of the Point Street carpark, I was struck by the notion that a reason for visiting Point Street could be to see some terrible concrete monoliths. If nothing else, it will save you ever having to visit any of Russia's grimmer areas to experience what architecture under Soviet rule was like.
|Point Street carpark...look out for the vortex of concrete|
MacQueen Books is a prime site for fossicking. It's relatively new to the area, having arrived in 2011, and is worth a look.
|Bags being sold next door to MacQueen books|
|Interesting design books at The Butcher Shop|
|Art supplies at The Butcher Shop|
|Vivisen on Point Street|
I really like the attention to detail. For example, the lacy fretwork on the verandahs and balconies reflect an era where buildings were built up to a standard.
|Terrace housing on Point Street, built up to a standard|
|Cool details on the Terrac houses on Point Street|