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Brookvale

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Do you like our building on the corner of Mitchell and Sydenham Roads, Brookvale?
Are you having trouble finding the entrance?
Just as well, as it's Sydney Water's storage tank.
(Also see next photo)


Brookvale

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Do you like our building on the corner of Mitchell and Sydenham Roads, Brookvale?
Are you having trouble finding the entrance?
Just as well, as it's Sydney Water's storage tank.
(Also see previous photo)


Bungarribee

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The vehicular ferry for crossing Bungarribee Creek, Bungarribee
(Also see next photo)


Bungarribee

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Sorry, my mistake. It's the Steeltrap Drive bridge over the creek beside Trevor Housley Avenue.
(Also see previous photo)


Carramar

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The bridge from Haughton Street, Carramar, to Fairfield Park crosses a flooding Prospect Creek. In peak floods, lots of plastic bottles get caught in these bridge bars and form a dam of their own.


Carramar

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Another border bridge is across the Prospect Creek between Carramar and Canley Vale. This one looks impressive enough to warrant its own customs post.


Carramar

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The third of Carramar’s lavish pedestrian bridges accompanies the railway at Sandal Crescent.


Coogee

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Coogee Beach's tidy waves?


Currawong Beach

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Currawong Beach is a suburb with virtually no residents.
(Also see the next two photos)


Currawong Beach

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That's because it's only accessible by ferry.
(Also see the previous photo and the next photo)


Currawong Beach

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And how many golf courses have you played on that you can only get to by ferry? It's a six-hole course.
(Also see the previous two photos)


Double Bay

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walksydneycreeks
You can, beside Kiaora Road, Double Bay


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