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Sydney Harbor Bridge & Surroundings
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Barrenjoey Lighthouse NSW

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La Perouse Beach and Residential Area Sydney NSW Australia


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Sydney Harbor Bridge


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Central Railway Station Sydney 

How come I forgot to show you railway station

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Shark Beach at Vaucluse Bay Sydney Australia.

A good beach with clean water and golden sand .


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The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan is a 416-hectare (1,030-acre) botanical garden located in a hilly area of the south-western Sydney suburb of Mount Annan, between Campbelltown and CamdenNew South Wales. It is the largest botanical garden in Australia, specializing in native plants, with a collection of over 4000 species. Officially opened in 1988, it was known as Mount Annan Botanic Garden, until 2011.
The garden consists of Australian Bushland with cultivated displays. It is the Australian Plant Garden of the Botanic Gardens Trust and includes not only picnic areas and over 20 kilometres (12 mi) of walking tracks, but also a native flora research facility and the NSW PlantBank. Its themed features include:
  • Woodland Conservation Area

  • Woodland Picnic Area

  • Stolen Generations Memorial

  • The Australian PlantBank

  • Visitor Centre, Cafe & Playground

  • Lakeside Lawn

  • Connections Garden

  • Fig Tree Wedding Arboretum & Knot

  • Sundial of Human Involvement

  • Wollemi Discovery Walk

  • Big Idea Garden

  • Mountain Bike Trail

  • Wattle Garden

  • Banksia Garden

  • Callitris Grove

  • Kurrajong Arboretum

  • Mallee Eucalypts

  • The Blue Tree


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The Cooks River, a semi-mature tide dominated drowned valley estuary is a tributary of Botany Bay, located in south-eastern SydneyNew South WalesAustralia.

The course of the 23 kilometres (14 mi) long urban waterway has been altered to accommodate various developments along its shore. It serves as part of a storm water system for the 100 square kilometers (39 sq mi) of its watershed, and many of the original streams running into it have been turned into concrete lined channels. The tidal sections support significant areas of mangroves, bird, and fish life, and are used for recreational activities.


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