Cremorne Point Views Of Sydney
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Cremorne Point Views Of Sydney

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Cremorne Point is located in Sydney Harbour. It is just one ferry stop away from the main Sydney terminus at Circular Quay. Located on the north side of the harbour it has commanding views across Port Jackson to the Central Business District, the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. The Robertson's Lighthouse marks this prominent point in the harbour so that sailors can be safe. A fantastic place for a visitor like me to travel to on a sunny afternoon. Just 10 minutes on the ferry and you can walk through the wooded reserve to this excellent lookout point.

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