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Botany Bay National Park - La Perouse
Sydney Suburbs
Botany Bay National Park conserves an amazing array of native plants and birds and boasts magnificent coastline views, bushwalks, beaches, picnic areas and historic buildings, forts and monuments. Visit the park, La Perouse Museum and Bare Island.
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Bronte Beach
Sydney Suburbs
Bronte is just over a kilometre
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Broughton Pass
Sydney Suburbs
Broughton Pass offers its best views after periods of heavy rain when the Cascade Waterfall, upstream from the bridge and weir, spills its waters into the Cataract River. The Broughton Pass Weir was built in the early 1880s and was part of the Upper Nepean Water Supply Scheme. Access is via Wilton Road just south of Appin.
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Bundeena and Maianbar Art Trail
Sydney Suburbs
Forget the misery of the grey cold city and experience the Bundeena and Maianbar Art Trail open day in the Royal National Park.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections; Markets; Natural Attractions; Scenic Drives and Walks; Shopping;
Cataract Dam
Sydney Suburbs
Cataract is the oldest and possibly the most picturesque dam in Sydney's water supply system. Completed in 1907, the 56 metre high dam holds water from a 130 square kilometre catchment, forming an 850 hectare lake with a capacity of 94,300 megalitres.
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Chinamans Beach
Sydney Suburbs
This 250 metre stretch of sand is at the northern perimeter of Mosman, one of Sydney
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Clark Island
Sydney CBD
Clark Island was named after a marine officer, Lieutenant Ralph Clark, who arrived in 1788 with the First Fleet.
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Cockatoo Island
Sydney CBD
Recently added to the World Heritage List as part of 11 convict sites, Cockatoo Island is Sydney's largest island, located by ferry from Circular Quay. Unique remnants of the island's history include solitary prison cells, hand carved silos, a guardhouse and convict workshops. The island was also an industrial school, a reformatory and one of Australia's biggest shipyards.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens; Sports and Recreation Facilities;
Collaroy Beach
Sydney Suburbs
Collaroy is partly protected from wind and swell from the south and is thus a great option for beginner surfers when a southerly hits. There
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Coogee Beach
Sydney Suburbs
Coogee Beach is a great beach with calm surf and is family-friendly. The promenade area has restored historic buildings and nurtured parklands.
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