Why we love our great city

Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - #SNAPSYDNEY -

EV­ERY­ONE from foot­ball leg­ends, ac­tors, and mu­si­cians to train driv­ers, fish mon­gers and politi­cians got in­volved in SnapSyd­ney 2015.

Premier Mike Baird kicked things off from his home on the north­ern beaches by tak­ing a selfie af­ter an early morn­ing swim at Manly beach.

“We really are lucky to live in the best place in the world,” the Premier cap­tioned his own pic­ture.

For­mer rugby league leg­end Brad Fit­tler posted his cof­fee run at Bill and Toni’s in East Sydney, ac­tor Mar­cus Gra­ham was all smiles at Mer­ry­lands and Lord Mayor Clover Moore posted pos­si­bly the small­est Opera House ever seen on so­cial me­dia.

Bud­ding snap­pers from Mt Druitt and St Marys also showed off the best the re­gion has to of­fer in­clud­ing Nur­rag­ingy Re­serve, back­yard chooks and the go-kart track at East­ern Creek.

Join­ing in the fun was BridgeClimb climb leader Scott Baird, who had one of the best views of the day, guid­ing groups up to the top of the iconic Har­bour Bridge.

“Stand­ing on the icon of Sydney show­ing off our beau­ti­ful city to the whole world, now that’s a way to spend the day,” he said.

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