First and foremost, the music throughout the movie is brilliant in that it suits the movie perfectly.The cinematography is likewise first class - the aerial scenes of the Hawkesbury River in particular are stunning.It includes a post office, chemist, a liquor-stop, a corner store, a coffee store/restaurant, a newsagency and a bakery. A dance school is located on Como Road at the Community Centre. Churches in Oyster Bay include St Joseph Catholic Church, located on the border with Como, Oyster Bay Baptist Church, located at Green Point and Kingsway Community Church. Oyster Bay Public School holds it annual Arts and Craft festival every year in the last weekend of May.The year 2010 was the 40th anniversary of the festival and takes place annually.Parish maps dating from 1880 show Scylla and Carina Roads clearly dissecting the area known as Oyster Bay.These were boundary lines between the individual Holt acreages.The suburb which takes its name from the waterway is a picturesque residential area.Green Point and Caravan Head are localities within the suburb of Oyster Bay.
Coronation Bay is also located on the Georges River between Green Point and Caravan Head.
The Parish Map of 1913 shows a subdivision, called “By the Water Estate”, with an early alignment of Caravan Head, Como and Oyster Bay Roads. The 1925 Parish Map has “The Village of Oyster Bay” written on it.
The first house, situated at 19 Como Road was built in 1910. The suburb's name was officially recognised in 1933. Oyster Bay developed after this with post World War II migration creating a need for the release of land for housing.
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