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McMahons Point

    McMahons Point 2060

Rent: 2 br apartment: $400 - $1,200 pw

Vibe: Let's do lunch

Location: Harbour

McMahons Point is a popular hangout for professionals and café scene devotees over 30. It’s one of Sydney’s most affluent suburbs with period architecture, a good village feel, appealing streets, and great views. It is a very relaxed and convenient place to live. The main road, Blues Point Road, has almost everything needed, including a good pub.


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