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How can the public reclaim their right to access to Sydney's harbourside reserves? This 1980 clip from ABC's 'Nationwide' program shows reporter Richard Palfreyman discussing with conservationist Vincent Serventy the battle between private and public interest around the edges of the Sydney Harbour. They discuss ways private property owners block or discourage public access to harbourside reserves and give examples of 'psychological barriers' to public access. Serventy suggests some ways councils could change the situation.




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