Jeff never went to Australia, probably just because flights there are always really expensive. He certainly would've enjoyed the trip, as he likely already felt like a part of their community due to the Cave Clan's appreciation for his work (and his appreciation of their work).


   

Hyde Park Fountain (Sydney, New South Wales):
Jumpers: Curly, Parallax, Rogue, Drac
Photographer: Curly

Comment from Curly: really really shallow, but has lots of squirty things to keep you occupied, they spray at different rates and then just stop. and then they spray again and then stop...
Comment from Parallax: This is a smaller fountain in a little secret garden in Hyde Park. Whilst only being ankle deep, it's great fun to run around jumping over the spouts of water before they get up your pants.

    Hyde Park Fountain (Sydney, New South Wales):

Jumpers: Curly, Parallax, Rogue, Drac
Photographer: Curly

Comment from Curly: the most well known fountain in Sydney, in the middle of the northern end of the rat infested park. Lots of interesting things to climb. Lots of water features.
Comment from Parallax: This is the most famous fountain in Sydney. Located in Hyde Park it sits within view of Centrepoint tower and is only a hop-skip from the CBD. It stinks of chlorine and has heaps of coins in the bottom. But beware of the Nuns that walk through the park late at night - they give you strange looks and mutter curses under their breath at you.

   

Martin Place Fountain (Sydney, New South Wales):
Jumpers: Drac (barely visible), Curly, Rogue (on top)
Photographer: Curly

Comment from Curly: a very fun fountain, heavily chlorinated. has a fatastic waterfall, two levels, and is in a slightly busy part of the city (amongst the banks office towers and trendy bars). You can ride the barrel, just jump through the waterfall and theres a gap behind, really really fun to do with others. My personal favorite fountain.
Comment from Parallax: This is Curly relaxing under the cooling water of the Martin Place fountain with Rogue keeping a watchful eye from the top.

   

Martin Place Plaza (Sydney, New South Wales):
Jumpers: Parallax, Drac, Curly
Photographer: Curly

Comment from Curly: very very cold, and not so roomy, but had to be done. attracts attention from passing homeless people and families. has little skirty things in the middle which if your not careful spray you right in the place youd prefer them not to.
Comment from Parallax: What better way to wash off the chlorine of the Hyde Park fountains than to have a bath in the Martin Place bowls. They're deep, they're cold and they attract attention from the business workers moving through the city. The esnsuing water fight was quite humorous, even if Drac did stuff up the middle one.

   

St. Mary's Fountain (Sydney, New South Wales):
Jumpers: Parallax, Rogue, Drac, Curly
Photographer: Curly

Comment from Curly: a long, knee deep, warmish fountain without much flowing water. lots of bird poo. not much to do in this one, nice view tho!
Comment from Parallax: Taken in a skanky plant infested pond/fountain out the front of St Marys Cathedral. The best thing about this fountain is that it's great for rehearsing the classic Baywatch run as you dash from one end of the pond to the other shaking whatever boobs you have. Rescue me Hasselhoff! Rescue me Pamela!!

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