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:


    13 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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    7. Love your blog! We just tweeted your blog...before COVID, we also tried to visit various different suburbs!
      https://twitter.com/MultilingualSy1/status/1291585777206300673

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    8. Love this! Thanks so much for your time and efforts. I so wish I had discovered this long ago, it will take me ages to catch up. Loved today's Birchgrove, used to live in Annandale. Born and grew up in Sydney, left for Adelaide, now too expensive to get back. Oh, how I miss it! Your blog will top up my weekly fix.

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    9. Really cool project. Have you considered using OpenStreetMap with Leaflet for your embedded map? Google maps looks a bit cluttered at high zoom levels because the markers are a similar style to yours. OpenStreetMap is also free to use, and as far as I can tell, the Leaflet JS has equivalent features. Google maps is also missing suburbs, such as those newly added in Blacktown city council in November that you might be interested in visiting.

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