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Lakesland is a locality next to the Nattai National Park of New South Wales, Australia, in Wollondilly Shire. The orchards of Lakesland grow a wide range of stone fruit including persimmons that are a popular export product to Asia. The district is most famous for producing the first cherries to reach the Sydney markets each year. The property was purchased in 1876 by William Barker, who claimed the title Baron Mowbray, and is known today as Mowbray Park.
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