An attempt to visit every suburb in Sydney.

Here's a map of the suburbs visited so far! Current suburb count:

Suburbs List

Here's a map of the suburbs visited so far!



Current suburb count:


    9 comments:

    1. Please do Hurlstone Park (if you can find it!)

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      1. Eventually! Anything in particular I should check out there?

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    2. Please spend a day on the Carlingford Line!
      Clyde: Bonnie and?
      Rosehill: No roses, but there are horses.
      Camellia: Exciting Industries
      Rydalmere: Should have called it WSU Station
      Dundas: The Newsagency is cute.
      Telopea: No Wine at Vineyard Creek
      Carlingford: A submarine and a waterfall

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      1. Haha AT this is brilliant. The Carlingford Line is actually my "growing up" hood! I definitely want to give Sydney's most mediocre train line the love is deserves before they tear it up.

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    3. I can't wait to see your take on this long-forgotten line. Bonus points for visiting the Carlingford Produce Store.

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    4. What are you going to do about suburbs that may be impossible to visit (e.g. Bankstown Aerodrome)?

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      1. Hey, I just checked out the borders of Bankstown Aerodrome on Google maps. Apparently there's a Bunnings and Maccas within the suburb's boundaries so it might be only those for that if nothing else is open to the public lol.

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    5. Croydon request?

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    6. Oatlands, right next to Telopea and Nth Parramatta, beautiful golf course, Strathalbyn Reserve, top rated fish and chip shop and some of the most ridiculous new houses around. Have spent many a night walking the streets of the 2117

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