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Photos - Surprises - Fences (continued)


Parklea

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In Rosewood Street, Parklea, we don't let pedestrians cross where the traffic is at its slowest.


Pennant Hills

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Some people have suburbs named after them, others have parks or streets. But who besides Bob in Yarrara Road, Pennant Hills, can boast an entrance? (Also see next photo)

Pennant Hills

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Some people have suburbs named after them, others have parks or streets. But who besides Bob in Yarrara Road, Pennant Hills, can boast an entrance? (Also see previous photo)


Potts Point

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The best house, bar none, in Victoria Street, Potts Point


Putney

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Putney's window fences are in Simpson Street.


Putney

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How do you make all the different diameter circles fit? Douglas Street, Putney, has no difficulty.


Queenscliff

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From Highview Avenue, Queenscliff, you have a magnificent view of the Pacific Ocean waves if you're sitting on your balcony or admiring your fence.


Regentville

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Because Regentville is as far west as you can go in Sydney suburbs before reaching the Nepean River boundary, it's understandable that they need fences to keep kangaroos and wallabies out, as in Jeanette Street.


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