Photos - Surprises - Shrub/Bush Shapes (continued)
A lot of work, including for the full stop which we've overlooked,
has gone into this design on the corner of Great Western Highway and Charles Hackett Crescent, St Marys.
Do you like our front door and steps in Wonga Street, Strathfield?
Deer cavort in Gympie Place, Wakeley.
Innisfail Road is typical of Wakeley’s high standard of gardens.
What can’t a kangaroo do if you lift its tail? You could experiment in
Kiandra Place, Wakeley, if this specimen came to life, or you can cheat and look at the answer
In Nicholls Street is a unique map of our country.
Like fluffy cotton balls that are feeling somewhat queasy,
these gardener's masterpieces form a defensive ring on the corner of Semana Street and Samarai Road, Whalan.
Just a tad further along Samarai Road is Whalan’s twister
In Torres Crescent, Whalan:
The Towers of Torres.
(If others are looking at this with you, fake a laugh. Quickly.
Now you have conned them into thinking that you know Portuguese and Spanish.)
Following are the answers to the elephants questions for Fairfield West.
The skin of elephants is black, as you can see when they emerge from the river before covering themselves in dust;
they eat for 18 hours a day and they’re excellent swimmers from birth.
Answer to Wakeley question:
What can’t a kangaroo do if you lift its tail? Jump
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