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Nurragingy Reserve
Australia

An Oasis in the middle of Western Sydney suburban Blacktown - A nature reserve worth visiting - a means of escape from the busy humdrum of city life - Beautiful hidden gem that is Nurragingy Reserve :)

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Uploaded: 14/06/2013
Updated: 27/06/2013
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Tags: park; nature; sydney; blacktown; australia; liaocheng; chinese garden
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Autumn morning at Nurragingy ...
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At Nurragingy Reserve
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Another vantage view of Nurragingy
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Revisiting Nurragingy Reserve
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At the Baseball Park ....
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Rainclouds over Blacktown
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Blacktown Showground
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At a nearby playground ...
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8 hours a day ...
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