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Werrington County

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On the corner of Thomas Bell Avenue and Hartog Drive, Werrington County, we isolate those who just want to look at their mobiles.


Whalan

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Ellengowan Crescent, Whalan: Nice garden, nice car, nice grandmother.


Woollahra

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Nearly time to mow the wall in Smith Street, Woollahra


Woodcroft

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I've not seen so much colour in any other suburb. Windamere Avenue, Woodcroft, has some of the best.


Yarrawarrah

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It’s a long climb to this house in Geraldton Place, Yarrawarrah, but the half-way shady rest stop, probably with snack bar and refreshment rooms, makes the task so much easier.


Yowie Bay

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No mail box in Sydney has a more cared-for ambience than in Coolum Place, Yowie Bay.


Zetland

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Does Zetland have the record for most colourful gardens at a railway station entrance? If not, it at least has the record for most alphabetically-disadvantage suburb. The gardens brighten the corner of Bourke Street and Botany Road.
(Also see the next photo)


Zetland

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Does Zetland have the record for most colourful gardens at a railway station entrance? If not, it at least has the record for most alphabetically-disadvantage suburb. The gardens brighten the corner of Bourke Street and Botany Road.
(Also see the previous photo)


 

Answers to Petersham’s Croydon Street Safari trivia quiz (see the earlier Secrets | Garden page for questions):
(1) Both the fur and skin of a tiger are striped.
(2) Tigers are native to Asia, not Africa, so their African population has remained much the same, ie nil.
(3) Tigers sleep for about as long as we’re awake, 17 hours.
(4) The speed you should run at to escape a lion is 0km/h. If you stand still, you confuse a lion. If you run, it assumes you are prey.

If you would like more trivia, hundreds more free questions and answers await you here.

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