Lane Cove in Spring – Where is That?

Avid readers of our In the Cove Facebook site would know that one of our popular features is Where is Wednesday.  For the launch of our website, we asked local photographer Kylie Dunlop from Kylie Dunlop Photography to feature Lane Cove on a spring day. The aim was to show how beautiful and leafy Lane Cove is in Spring.  Kylie Dunlop accepted our challenge and took some stunning photos.  To find our more about Kylie and her amazing talent just click here.

If you would like to win a Lane Cove pack (which features a Lane Cove Tea Towel, Lane Cove Postcards, In the Cove Jelly Beans, and a few other surprises, valued at $75.00) all you need to do is name as many of the places featured as you can.  Be specific.  This is a game of skill not chance.  The competition will run until Sunday 30th October at 5.00 pm.  Put your answers in the comment section below.  So are you going to accept the challenge?  How much do you really know about Lane Cove? (and when we say Lane Cove we are referring to all the suburbs in the Lane Cove Council Area)  We have made it a bit harder for you as not all Lane Cove Suburbs have been featured.

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How many places can you name?  Impress us with your Lane Cove knowledge.

Kylie Dunlop has an ITC launch special for all ITC likers.



  1. Could you please publish a list of the winning answers? I’m curious to see how close we all got at knowing Lane Cove!

    • Tambourine Bay Reserve (right near the car park)
      2. Greenwich Baths
      3. Kingsford Smith Oval – (tennis courts side)
      4. Manns Point Park (aka known as Greenwich Point – see…/Pages/MannsPoint.aspx
      5. Burns Bay Reserve
      6. Henningham Playground – Kingslangley Road Greenwich
      7.Cubbyhouse child care Garden Patch
      8. Scout Hall – driveway entrance to Blackman Park
      9. Cricket Nets – Blackman Park
      10. Cafe 652 and Springbok on Mowbray Road – Lane Cove North

      Manns Point
      Manns Point is accessed from Prospect Street and the lower level is off O’Connell Street, Greenwich.

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