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Dawn Fraser Baths
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cnr Beattie & Mullens Sts, Balmain · interesting places nearby
Exchange Hotel information
The wedge-shaped Exchange (1885) has been lavishly renovated (all charcoal and grey, pressed tin and chandeliers) and now houses an upmarket restaurant. Stake a place on the balcony for a sundowner. From the Balmain West ferry stop, head straight up Elliott St and continue on to Beattie St.