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Photos - Surprises - Signs (continued)

Caringbah South

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Yowie Avenue, Caringbah South, insists that walkers get more exercise than they do in ordinary suburbs.
(See next photo)


Caringbah South

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Yowie Avenue, Caringbah South, insists that walkers get more exercise than they do in ordinary suburbs.
(Also see previous photo)


Castlecrag

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My two favourite signs are at the bottom of Edinburgh Road, Castlecrag. They don't stop me from doing anything and they don't provide useless information.


Cecil Park

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Soh, it's a childcare centre. Elizabeth Drive, Cecil Park.


Chatswood West

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Officer in Fullers Road, Chatswood West: You went through the stop sign.
Driver: It ordered me to proceed slowly. Anyway, that's what everyone does at a stop sign.


Cherrybrook

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So that's what a car park is - an area for the accommodation of vehicles? Who would have thought that?
(Also see the next photo)


Cherrybrook

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But there's a lot more to learn in Shepherds Drive, Cherrybrook.
(Also see the previous photo)


Chifley

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But we found a couple of things that they’ll let you do in Chifley.


Chiswick

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Interview in Tutt Crescent, Chiswick:
'I need your restaurant name. Or the address first, if you want.'
'No Name.'
'Sure. Start with the name.'
'No Name.'
'I said it's OK to start with that. Could you tell me the first word of your restaurant name?'
'No.'
'Why can't you?'
'Why can't I what?'
'Go to the back of the queue.'


Chullora

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The original sign for this Chullora property in Anzac Street probably read: “The contents of any bag or vehicle may be examined before leaving”. We were impressed by the addition of the first four lines: "It is a condition of entry to this property that the person entering may be requested to permit..".

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