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Earlwood

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Earlwood's losers street


Earlwood

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It must be one of Sydney's best top-secret streets. Jackson Place, Earlwood, a tiny, narrow street that no-one knows about, has just six stone cottages.


Edgecliff

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When Alan says he doesn't call a suburb finished until he has walked every street, set of steps, bush track and lane, he means it. He wasn't going to leave unconquered this miniature, unmarked lane off the also-narrow Bowes Avenue, Edgecliff.


Elanora Heights

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These Elanora Heights streets, The Greenway and The Fairway, lead, of course, to the course.


Elvina Bay

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How's this for peace? Normanhurst Street, Elvina Bay, in the rush hour. It’s their main street to the wharf. Since there are no cars in Elvina Bay, you either walk for half a day or get the ferry from Church Point.


Erskine Park

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You could drive out to Erskine Park (or take a train and bus) to see the attractions in Aquarius Lane.


Erskineville

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Erskineville is great for pedestrians, soul-destroying for motorists. Try getting to the other side of this Munni/Union Streets intersection by car without using a street directory. Even if you successfully dodged all the traffic barriers, one-way streets and no-turn signs, you would still have to drive more than a kilometre.

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