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Photos - Surprises - Paintings and Murals (continued)

Darlinghurst

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Will I be able to recognise your building on Darlinghurst's Flinders and Campbell Streets corner?
Probably.


Darlinghurst

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The mural in Thomson Street, Darlinghurst, is so good that it's difficult to pick the real trees from the painted ones.


Darlington

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Vine Street, Darlington, attracts a second look.


Dee Why

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So you're in Monash Parade, Dee Why. How will I recognise your place?
By the garage door.
I'll know your place because of a garage door? You can't be serious.


Drummoyne

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Colourful butterflies congregate at Lyons Road, Drummoyne. (Also see next photo)


Drummoyne

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Aquarium at Lyons Road, Drummoyne. (Also see previous photo)


Dulwich Hill

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Dulwich Hill Public School has Sydney's most novel hopscotches (if the school will allow that plural).
(Also see next photo)


Dulwich Hill

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Dulwich Hill Public School has Sydney's most novel hopscotches (if the school will allow that plural).
(Also see previous photo)


Enmore

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Francis Street, Enmore, has the most colourful path I’ve seen.

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