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Photos - Sydney North (continued)

Church Point

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I'd take you for a spin in my nice boat at Church Point, but we need to find some water.


Church Point

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With the name Church Point, you could guess that this suburb has no churches, and you would be correct. It does have a cemetery, though, where we found someone who was born before Alan.
  John Redman died in 1868, aged 78.


Church Point

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On McCarrs Creek Road, Church Point, we have to be careful of the local residents.

Church Point

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Boats salute Alan on the steep steps that go from McCarrs Creek Road to Browns Bay, Church Point.


Clareville

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Boats line up on parade to escort Alan on his last leg of Clareville at Delecta Avenue.


Clontarf

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You wouldn't take the easy way like we do, would you? You'd do the steps going up, all 161 of them.
  They're off Peronne Avenue, Clontarf


Collaroy

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Long Reef Walk, Collaroy, is largely on the Long Reef Golf Course. You learn about the area from a book. Not just any book, but a metal book.

Cottage Point

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The family car gets the best view of Cowan Creek from a Cowan Drive house in isolated Cottage Point.


Cremorne

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Meal time in Bariston Avenue, Cremorne: If you're feeling full after dessert, just ease your chair back a bit for more room.


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