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Sydney Writers Walk @ Circular Quay

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by Ashleigh Meikle (subscribe)
Writer, student, traveller.
Published April 17th 2012
For the literary amongst us, one of the nicest things is to stroll along Writer's Walk along Circular Quay in Sydney.

A myriad of bronze plaques that commemorate Australian authors, such as Ethel Turner and authors who have visited our shores such as D.H. Lawrence; it is a wonderful chance to combine a love of literature and discover the authors with a walk.

The plaques are arranged in alphabetical order by surname.

To experience this properly, a nice sunny day is best. As you journey along, you will be filled with the spirits of the authors.

Opposite the Opera House is the plaque for Ethel Turner, author of Seven Little Australians.

This walk is fabulous, invigorating and inspiring and charming.

For more information on what to do at Circular Quay, please click here.
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Why? Discover Sydney's literary history.
Where: Circular Quay, Sydney NSW
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