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Make it Count - Sailing Experiences
Sydney CBD
Make it Count is a sailing experience group based on Sydney Harbour. Enjoy the worlds most beautiful harbour aboard The Count, a Beneteau 57, where you can choose to be part of the action or sit back and have your crew do the work for you.
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Manly Beach
Sydney Suburbs
In company with Bondi, Manly Beach is Sydney
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Manly to Spit Bridge Scenic Walkway
Sydney Suburbs
The Manly Scenic Walkway offers the visitor access to some of Sydney Harbour's most stunning scenery and bushland. The track meanders around the
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Scenic Drives and Walks;
Mermaids Pools
Sydney Suburbs
A short walk along the Bargo River begining at the Rockford Road Bridge (take Rockford Road from Tahmoor, after crossing the Rockford Bridge turn right on Charles Point Road) and winding it's way through spectacular sandstone hills.
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Molonglo Gorge
Sydney CBD
Molonglo Gorge is great for swimming, fishing, walking and picnicking. The Molonglo River runs a picturesque course through the gorge; carved through a fault zone.
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Mona Vale Beach
Sydney Suburbs
Mona Vale is effectively two separate beaches separated by a broad ocean rock platform. Waves that roll in along the southern edge of the platform surge into a gully that allows them to break smoothly and with considerable power. The undertow this creates can be troublesome to swimmers, so it
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Narrabeen Beach
Sydney Suburbs
Narrabeen Beach is one of Australia's iconic surfing and swimming beaches. Over three kilometres of sand stretch from Long Reef in the south to the Narrabeen Lagoon entrance in the north, with four surf lifesaving clubs along the beach providing qualified, volunteer lifesaver patrols to protect swimmers and surf/beach users.
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Neilsen Park
Sydney Suburbs
The park is part of Sydney Harbour National Park with outstanding views of the harbour. Neilsen Park has the right mix of open space and shady reserves, as well as one of the best beaches on Sydney Harbour - Shark Beach - which is a great spot for snorkelling and swimming. The park has a long tradition as a favourite family beach and picnic area in the Eastern Suburbs.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens;
Nepean Dam
Sydney Suburbs
The completion of the Nepean Dam in 1935 concluded the development of the Upper Nepean catchment. The 81 metre high dam holds water from a 320 square kilometre catchment, forming a lake of 325 hectares with a capacity of 70,170 megalitres.
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Newport Beach
Sydney Suburbs
Newport faces due east so is open to swell coming from any direction. A jumble of rocks 250 metres south of the north headland known as The Peak shapes two separate breaks that attract a highly skilled local surfing tribe.
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