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ABOUT: The Corridor of Oaks is a small town park area just off the main highway in Faulconbridge and a series of trees each planted by or representing each of Australia’s Prime Ministers. It is a good 30 minute diversion and particularly spectacular in Autumn when the trees display rich yellows, reds, orange colours in the low sunlight. Good avenue style shots can be had too.

PHOTO EQUIPMENT TO BRING: A moderate wide angle can give good coverage and a medium telephoto for detail of the colourful foliage or compressing the perspective of the image

GETTING TO THE SPOT/S: Well signposted nr Jackson Park, off the Great Western Highway, a left turn if coming up from Sydney and only 30 seconds drive, doubling back.

Corridor of Oaks Statue