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Claire Lane

Mmmm, it would have to be Cremorne Point at sunset...


You are so right, Myriam - Sydney is a treasure trove of fab picnic spots. My favourites include Clontarf Reserve, Reef Beach and West Head.


Robin :)


Nice one Claire, I love Cremorne Point - one of my fave spots for the NYE fireworks too!


Thank you Robin! I love Clontarf Reserve as well, it looks so beautiful, especially if you've just finished the Manly to Spit walk and need a swim and a nap on the beach ;-)

Will need to go and explore Reef Beach and West Head then, I don't think I've ever been there?


My favourite is just down the road from where I live - McMahons Point. Awesome view on the Harbour Bridge and Opera house, with lots of grass to sit. This location is my secret to make sure the wine stays at the right temperature on the way there... 250m away :-)


Great spot, Ge, thank you for sharing! I really like McMahons Point and its million-dollar views...


I'm with Claire - Cremorne Point a favourite. McKell Park in Darling Point also close to my heart. We had our wedding photos done there, and that was where I courted @MrsH5 !

chandler limo

These are good places to visit after my trip. Thanks for sharing!

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