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Balgowlah

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Why does this New Street East path in Balgowlah suddenly change its mind? Why does it then give up altogether?


Balmain

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Where in Sydney do you find street signs telling you that you must park on the footpath? In Balmain. Marvel at this regulation in Phillip and Short Streets. (See below for example.)


Balmain

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Balmain

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You won’t find it in street directories. In fact, you’ll be lucky to find it at all. But this narrow path stretches for 200 metres into the background to link Balmain’s Beattie Street with Little Beattie, Theodore, Little Theodore and Llewellyn Streets. They comprise one magic kingdom.


Birchgrove

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Between Rowntree and Short Streets, Birchgrove, is this unnamed lane, proudly displaying the closest it gets to traffic gridlock.


Birchgrove

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There’s not much of it, but Sardinia Lane, Birchgrove, has many small, attractive old houses with character.


Bronte

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A lean lane in Bronte. It takes the odd commuter from Dickson Lane to Belgrave Street.


Cabarita

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Cabarita must have the only inlet in Sydney where you can walk without getting your feet wet.


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