Mosman is a great location on the lower North Shore of Sydney Harbour. It is a good place to live and shop if you have disposable income. It has easy access into Sydney by bus or ferry and some beautiful houses that probably have significant price tags. The main shopping thoroughfare is close to Spit Junction and has many clothes shops and cafes to suit all tastes. If you are interested in spotting the latest luxury cars, this is the place to come to.

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