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Mcmahons Point Views
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If you were going to live in Sydney and wanted one of the best views in the world, you would choose McMahons Point as your home. It overlooks the harbour, the bridhe and the opera house. In the afternoon the sun moves towards the west and highlights the CBD, opera house and bridge. A ferry gets you over to Circular Quay in just 10 minutes, although there are buses and trains aswell. The bus/train trip across the Sydney harbour bridge is great for even more views.

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