It is suffering right now, from one of the effects of climate change, but I will come to that in a moment.
Sadly, you will also see evidence of climate change there, and two days ago, I went there to record a tidal incursion. The highest "king tide" of the year comes when the planet is closest to the Sun, which happens on January 2. On January 3 this year, there was a high tide in Sydney of 2.07 metres, and the following day, when I was there, it was 2.05 metres.
Along Farm Cove, there is a sandstone wall to stop waves breaking in, and at the bottom, there are drain holes to let rain water out, but if the tide is high enough, the sea comes in. The wall is 86 cm: remember that number.
Here is what I found:
Those tides will be unstoppable, all around the world, and if the upper level is reached, that increase will overtop the stone wall by 2 cm.