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Lake Warragamba

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Hello again viewers

Lake Warragamba Intro

Lake Warragamba is a small town built on a quaint lake with a population of 7000 people. It is a town that is famous for its restaurants and is a great place for a holiday. There are many resorts here and a beautiful beach located in central Warragamba.This place is a ideal place for retired people and has wonderful scenery.

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Here we have Warra Bridge which goes over the lake. This is also the M2 highway which comes from Blackheath to here.

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Warra interchange,this is where the M2 runs into the M3.

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A closer view of Warra interchange.

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This is the small industial sector where 1000 people work.

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As we continue along the M3 here is the exit The lake.

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Here the small highway road along Bolton hill.

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This is Bolton hill.In this area lots of rich residents have a stunning view over lake warragamba.At the moment the council has plans to force the people off there properties and turn the hill into a more enviromental friendly place.

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Lake Warragamba's downtown where more than half of the population work.This is one of the few towns in the Forest City region to have trams still operating.

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Another shot of downtown.

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Here is the wonderful beach called Warramoo beach and is a great place to relax on weekends and is a very popular tourist destination.

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Western end of Warramoo beach

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The housing suburb of Bowen.More than 75 percent of the population live here.

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On the Northern side of town we have houses,shops and resturants along the water and has good transport to down with trams and roads.

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And lastly the overview of the town. You can also see the small tram network that is well known in the Forest city region.

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Just a reminder if you didnt see Alliance tower look back to the entrie before this one .

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Very original! I havent really seen a building style like yours and look forward to more. I really like the bridge too! May I suggest not mixing different climate trees together, well, unless you're going for a trippy surreal effect in which case, you're spot on

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