Australia has farewelled its last operational Qantas 747 with a flight over Sydney. Just after 3.10pm the Qantas aircraft took off and performed a few circuits around the harbour and coastline.
A 56-year-old man was knocked unconscious after an alleged assault in South Coogee overnight. At around 7.00pm residents came across a man who was unresponsive outside his home in Iluka Place.
A police operation was initiated in Bellevue Hill overnight after reports of an active shooter in a home on Latimer Rd, Bellevue Hill. At around 1.45am, NSW Police and Paramedics responded to the location believing someone was shooting from a house.
Numerous emergency services responded to Bondi Junction railway station after a reported fire and structural collapse. At around 7.30pm Fire & Rescue NSW, Ambulance, and Police responded to reports the train station was on fire.
Bondi and the New South Wales coastline was subjected to heavy surf for a second day after an east coast low storm impacted south eastern Australia. A few brave surfers took on the conditions in Bondi and few unsuspecting locals and tourists succumb to the ocean along the popular Bondi to Bronte walkway.
Emergency services have been kept busy along the NSW coast as strong winds impact the coastline during an east coast low storm system. In Pitt St, Randwick a large tree toppled over taking out power lines and crushing a rental car.
Qantas has flown its farewell 747 flight across Sydney to pay tribute to its last remaining Boeing 747. The aircraft could be spotted flying at low altitude across Sydney, maintaining around 1800 feet at times.