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Watsons Bay Beach
Australia

Fancy a visit to a beach that has everything. Well if an excellent view of Sydney cbd across the harbour, plus alfresco dining at the famous Doyles restaurant is your desire, then Watsons Bay is the place to go. Only 20 minutes on the ferry from Circular Quay, together with the nearby Gap and South Head, this is a must for visitors and residents alike. While I took advantage of the nearby takeaway fish and chips and hence kept to my budget (both financial and dietry) the quality was good. Just look out for the seagulls that will swoop and take the fish from your hand if you are not careful.

Copyright: Phil Whitten
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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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