- Prime Ministers' Corridor of Oaks
The Prime Ministers' Corridor of Oaks is located at
Faulconbridge, New South Walesnear to the Great Western Highwayand Main Western Railway line. It is also near to the grave of Sir Henry Parkes. A corridor of oak trees has been planted at this place by each Prime Minister of Australiasince federationor else a close family member.
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