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Acacia Gardens

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In Wilson Road, Acacia Gardens, a rare find – a sundial. It’s the timepiece with the least moving parts (none). What timepiece has the greatest number of moving parts? If you want to confirm your answer, see our Trivia answers for 27 May 2005.


Annandale

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It's competition time for Sydney residents and visitors. This must be Sydney's best-kept secret for a reserve or playground. We have a walking-book prize for the first person to tell us whereabouts in Annandale it is.
(See also next photo.)


Annandale

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You want a clue to find the secret reserve in Annadale, do you? Oh, all right then. This is the busy road that provides access to it.


Asquith

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I came up with a great idea, darling. We don't have to carry the can to water the flowers now.
I think you've overlooked a problem with your idea, love.
Mills Avenue, Asquith.
Also see next photo.


Asquith

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And it's still a few metres to water the wheelbarrow.
Also see previous photo.


Balmain

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Balmain's Doolan Lane and Terry Street corner offers only a tiny garden. But don't they make use of every square centimetre?


Banksia

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Tarbrett Street, Banksia: Stare at the black-and-white design for long enough and the middle row starts to rotate.


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