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    15 Gorgeous Spots In Greater Sydney That Every Nature Lover Needs To Visit In Their Life

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    1. Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, North Sydney

    2. Lake Parramatta, North Parramatta

    3. Prospect Reservoir, Prospect

    4. Auburn Botanic Gardens, Auburn

    5. Lane Cove National Park, Lane Cove

    6. Parramatta Park, Parramatta

    7. Shark Island, Point Piper

    8. Heathcote National Park, Heathcote

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    Pink Cliffs in Heathcote was mined for gold by eroding the area with high pressure water, using a water race from a nearby supply. The result 100 years later is an area that resembles a moonscape, with craters and cliffs eroded originally by the miners, and subsequently by the wind and rain. A 2km loop walking track covers the whole area.

    9. Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney

    10. Rouse Hill Regional Park, Rouse Hill

    11. Nielsen Park, Vaucluse

    12. Blue Mountains National Park, Blue Mountains

    13. Cockatoo Island, Sydney

    14. Joseph Banks Native Plants Reserve, Kareela

    15. Berry Reserve, Narrabeen