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Mosman

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Why is your Mosman street called Water Lane, sir?
Because it has no water and it's no lane as it's all grass and steps.


Mosman

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Guess what this Mosman lane leads to. Yes, but there are six of them, and all grass courts.


Mosman

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Another guessing competition.


Narwee

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Hassall Grove claims Sydney's shortest street. (See Hassall Grove)
How, then, can Narwee claim a shorter one?
And Darlinghurst is in the claims business too.


Neutral Bay

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Tiny Powell Street, Neutral Bay, wants to remain a secret. But what about the other side of the sign. Wouldn’t drivers coming from the other direction see the street name?
(See next two photos)


Neutral Bay

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Don’t think so.
(See previous and next photos)


Neutral Bay

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Don’t think so.
(See previous two photos)


North Curl Curl

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Where are the biggest speed humps that you’ll ever find? In Huston Parade, North Curl Curl.


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