Fig Tree (disambiguation)


Fig Tree (disambiguation)

Fig Tree may mean:

* Fig trees, genus Ficus or simply Fig.
* Penguin Books, a publishing house.
* Fig Tree Bridge, girder bridge that spans the Lane Cove River.


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