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Sydney: Pittwater

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Pittwater is an open body of water that flows north towards its mouth into Broken Bay, between West Head and Barrenjoey Head, less than 1 kilometre from the Tasman Sea. This unique waterway at the very tip of Sydney is a nature-lovers paradise if you're into sailing, kayaking, fishing, boating or bushwalking. What makes it so special is its unbeatable position: on one side you have Australia’s second-oldest national park and on the other, one of the prettiest peninsula's in the state. Pittwater borders Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. The area is rich in indigenous heritage, from rock engravings at the Basin Aboriginal art site to ochre hand paintings on the Red Hands Cave track at West Head.

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