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South Mosman Ferry Wharf
Australia

Wouldn't it be nice to commute to work every day from this ferry terminal. Some folk do as they live in nearby houses at Curraghbeena Point or arrive at the wharfby bus from Mosman. The ferry takes just 15 minutes to get to Circular Quay via the Cremorne Point wharf. A nice relaxing trip on a ferry across Sydney harbour must be a great way to start and end your working day.

Copyright: Phil whitten
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Uploaded: 26/02/2013
Updated: 12/03/2013
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