Canada Bay is a nice place to live - it's been voted one of the best places to live in Sydney. We have lots of waterfront, plenty of parks, good facilities and interesting shopping precincts.
Pity about some of the residents. A very small minority are complete pigs, expecting others to pick up after them all the time. This is a fairly typical, and unfortunate scene at one of our waterfront parks.
This shot shows the distance to the closest bin - I measured it at 6 metres.
They can be bothered to make the 1.3km trek from McDonalds to this park (as measured on Google Maps), but can't be bothered to make the 6m journey from this bench to the rubbish bin.
I don't understand this mentality. Can anyone explain it to me?