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Great River Walk - Penrith
Penrith
The Great River Walk at Penrith has beautiful views of the Nepean River and Blue Mountains. The weir section of the walk winds northward from Penrith Weir to Cassola Place, approximately a two kilometre return walk. There is also another seven kilometres of the existing Bridge to Bridge section which uses Nepean Avenue to create a walking path from the Penrith Valley Bridge to the Victoria bridge and back. Access to the walk is also available from Memorial Avenue where a series of steps lead down to the river and allow you to walk under the Victoria Bridge.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens; Scenic Drives and Walks;
Hawkesbury Paddlewheeler
Windsor
The Hawkesbury Paddlewheeler has been operating for many years now from historic Windsor, which is located at the end of the Windsor Road on one of the oldest waterways in Australia, the Hawkesbury River. Your hosts Sue and James Kelly and their friendly crew will take you on an unforgettable journey recreating cruises back in the 1800s. While enjoying the peace and tranquillity of the Hawkesbury River you can indulge in a first class meal, always being freshly prepared on board.
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out; Farming, Food and Produce; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions;
Headland Park Mosman
Sydney Suburbs
One of Sydney
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens;
Heathcote National Park
Sydney Suburbs
See the beauty and diversity of the bush in this rocky reserve. In spring, Gymea lilies give a scarlet glow to the gullies. Swim in hidden pools along the gorges.
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Hornby Lighthouse
Sydney CBD
The Hornby Lighthouse, was built in 1858, immediately after the tragic wrecking of the Dunbar on South Head.
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Ku Ring Gai Chase National Park
Sydney Suburbs
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park lies at the place where the Hawkesbury River meets the sea: a tight cluster of secretive, winding creeks, sheltered beaches, hidden coves and wide expanses of deep blue water. Wildflowers grace the sandstone ridges, dense forests cling to the slopes, and mangroves squat on the tidal mudflats.
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Lake Parramatta Reserve
Sydney Suburbs
Lake Parramatta Reserve is a 73 hectare bushland and parkland reserve located within two kilometres of the Parramatta central business district. It is the largest bushland remnant surviving in the Parramatta Local Government Area. It is also recognised as one of the most significant and beautiful bushland remnants in Western Sydney.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens;
Lane Cove National Park
Sydney Suburbs
The picturesque Lane Cove River winds through a peaceful bushland valley within easy reach of the city centre, extending from East Ryde to Wahroonga/Pennant Hills.
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Long Reef Beach
Sydney Suburbs
Long Reef is one of the most visually arresting of Sydney
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Macquarie Lighthouse
Sydney Suburbs
Explore Australia's first and longest operating navigational light. Macquarie Lighthouse was originally built in 1818, designed by convict architect, Francis Greenway. Macquarie Lighthouse has an important place in the history of Sydney
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions;

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