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Photos - Sydney East (continued)


Dawes Point

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On the Harbour Bridge - the world’s widest large-scale and heaviest single-arch bridge, above Dawes Point. From here you can walk across the bridge to North Sydney, or along the Cahill Expressway to the Botanic Gardens.


Dawes Point

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On a street directory, Pottinger Street, Dawes Point, seems to adjoin a pathway near Lower Fort Street (above the cliff). In a way they do: they’re just a metre apart horizontally. But a little more vertically


Double Bay

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We saw excellent jacaranda trees shed purple leaves in Allawah and Kirribilli. In Stafford Street, Double Bay, we saw why the tipuana tree is nicknamed the “yellow jacaranda”.


Dover Heights

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Whoever invented these Dover Heights hills should be shot. This one is in Dover Road.


Dover Heights

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Dudley Page Reserve in Military Road, on top of a reservoir in Dover Heights, offers a reasonable view of Sydney city with the the world-famous Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. The latter is the world's widest large-scale, heaviest single arch and largest steel arch bridge.


Dover Heights

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Dover Heights offers walkers plenty of choice, especially in Wentworth Street.


Dover Heights

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Next to the ocean cliffs at Dover Heights is a spectacular walking area that doesn’t have the renown it deserves. This section, accessed at Oceanview Avenue, is free of pathways.

Dover Heights

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At this spot in Dover Road, Dover Heights, Alan’s photo was taken for an article about him in “Who” magazine.

Edgecliff

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White City tennis courts, former battleground for Davis Cup and Australian tennis championships, now faces a battle against development.

Edgecliff

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Old house: It survived in Edgecliff for 150 years, but this South Street gem has lost the battle. (Photo courtesy Morris Stocker - taken during the 2007 Seniors' Week Walk led by Alan)


Elizabeth Bay

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Unfortunately some people think that the El Alamein Fountain (a war memorial) is a sculpture about the Kings Cross drug problem with its related needle issues.


Elizabeth Bay

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Recycling in Beare Park, Elizabeth Bay


Elizabeth Bay

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Elizabeth Bay has two contrasting parts: the Kings Cross end with its night life and crowds, or the bay end seen here with its peaceful reserve and harbour sights.


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