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The Victoria and Alfred Basins date from 1860 and remains a working harbour. Recent developments at the V & A Waterfront have cemented this precinct as tourist-oriented with shops, restaurants, bars, and other attractions, making the waterfront as a visitor’s favourite. My favourite spots are the Market (similar to a fast food concept, with interesting food stalls) and the Watershed, which features locally made and designed handicrafts and products. Both of these areas attract less tourists.

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Swing bridge to let boats pass

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Cape Humour

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The Market

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