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Sydney grapevine

THE LOCAL joke in the southern waterfront enclaves of Kyle Bay, Oatley and Connells Point is that most people leave the area on a one way trip - in a coffin. Full of multi-million dollar homes boasting expansive views of the Georges River, inner city denizens have to Google the names of the suburbs because so few of the prestige homes feature in the weekly Saturday auction results. We arrived at at The Kyle Bay event centre on one of those warm, windless nights that exactly mimicked summer weather conditions on the Greek

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