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Watsons Bay
Australia

Watsons Bay is at the eastern end of Sydney Harbour, just below the harbour entrance. It is a just a 20 minute ferry ride from the city. Many visitors take that journey so that they can walk to the magnificant views across the harbour entrance at South Head and then have a sumptious meal at the famous Doyles restaurant. For those that want a low cost meal there is also a Doyles takeaway counter where you can get fish and chips at a reasonable price. Look out for the seagulls though as they want your lunch.

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Uploaded: 19/02/2013
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Tags: watsons bay; sydney; south head; ferry; doyles; sydney harbour
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