Waruda St. view across to Sydney Opera House

On a sunny after in Kirribilli we can sit on the lawn of this apartment building in Waruda St. and look directly across the harbour to the Sydney Opera House. The view also encompasses Circular Quay, the Botanical Gardens and the the Sydney Harbour Bridge. A great place to relax in the sun and have a beer while taking in the view.

Copyright: Phil Whitten
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Uploaded: 29/01/2014
Updated: 15/10/2014


Tags: waruda st; kirribilli; opera house; sydney harbour bridge; circular quay; sydney
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