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Garden in Mt Lawley, Western Australia
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We stayed in a wonderful small house in Mt Lawley, a suburb of Perth. A very impressive garden belongs to this house. Even a banana tree with growing bananas is in the garden.  See  Mt Lawley, Western Australia

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