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Double Bay


‘The Caring Elephant’ by renowned sculptor Anon. Exhibition sponsored by Sydney Water in Kiaora Road, Double Bay.

Dulwich Hill


We repeat the site requirements in Hercules Street, Dulwich Hill, to make sure you get the message.

Dulwich Hill


Is it just that I haven’t noticed before but do you see water flowing down a road in waves like this rather than ripples or a steady even flow?

Garnet Lane prefers generating waves to natural flowing after rain.

Dundas Valley


Is that the Council Waste Collection number? …
I have a water container in my front yard. Could you pick it up sometime, please? …
Is that a promise? …
Oh, thank you. It's at the corner of Tilley Street and Manning Parade, Dundas Valley.

East Ryde


Global warming's effect on ocean levels means that tides could reach Lumsdaine Avenue, East Ryde, any day now.

Five Dock


Complaint in Fairlight Street, Five Dock: My water hasn’t been properly squeezed. It’s still got some water in it.

Five Dock


Charles Street, Five Dock, thoughtfully provides fresh water for walkers.



Hidden below Freshwater’s Carrington Parade is this short boardwalk beside the Pacific Ocean (see the photo below as well).



Great Mackerel Beach


Would you like to visit the library that serves all residents of Great Mackerel Beach?
(Also see next photo)

Great Mackerel Beach


You can do so at the ferry wharf.
(Also see previous photo)

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