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Aussie Life

Aussie life

13 April 2024

9:00 AM

13 April 2024

9:00 AM

It’s been a long time since the beer garden of the iconic Oaks Hotel in Sydney’s Neutral Bay lost all but one of the trees it was named for. So you might think that its patrons would at some stage have singularised that name – as the residents of Sevenoaks, Kent, did when six of the ancient broadleaf giants in their town centre succumbed to a freak storm in 1987.

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