This is a view of the Spit Bridge which carries traffic over Middle Harbour. It’s a beautiful view from this spot but this is one of the ugliest traffic bottlenecks…

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This is the Barrenjoey Lighthouse which is perched 91 metres above sea level on the headland north of Palm Beach. This lighthouse marks the entrance to Broken Bay, Pittwater and…

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This is a photo looking across Manly Dam. Originally opened in 1892, the reservoir this dam created was built to supply fresh water to the then village of Manly. It…

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This little cave and rusted door are located within Balls Head Reserve in Waverton on Sydney’s North Shore. It provides some of the last known evidence of the numerous ‘shanty-towns’…

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This is the Orpheum Picture Palace, located on Military Road in Cremorne on the North Shore of Sydney. The Orpheum was opened in 1935 as a 1,735 seater cinema and…

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This is one of the tunnels underneath the Coal Loader, located at Balls Head Reserve on the western side of the Waverton peninsula. This is an interesting site with several…

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Today’s exciting post is of … a … BUS STOP! This isn’t just any bus stop though, this is one in the back streets of Narrabeen and is the site…

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