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Manly And Port Jackson Entrance
Australia

This view across Sydney harbour to Manly and the harbour entrance is one of the many gems that you come across on the walk from Spit Bridge to Manly. The 10Km walk is a foreshore and bush walk that follows the terrain from the Middle Harbour out to Sydney Harbour and then around to Manly. On a beautiful sunny day you are guaranteed many great views and to see and a lot of wildlife and hear a lot of bird calls.

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Uploaded: 03/01/2013
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