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Sirius Cove Headland View
Australia

The Sirius Cove headland is situated between the Taronga Zoo wharf and the Curraghbeena Head at Mosman. From this headland you get an excellent view across the harbour and to the nearby Cremorne Point. The headland is but a short walk from either Taronga Zoo or Sirius Cove and well worth a visit for the opportunity to gaze at all the activity in Sydney Harbour.

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Uploaded: 08/02/2013
Updated: 12/03/2013
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Tags: sirius cove; mosman; taronga; sydney; harbour; opera house
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