The Oaks Historic Homestead

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This historic homestead at the end of the nineteenth century, and is believed to be haunted by many apparitions; including a whole host of former residents. The owner and staff have reportedly seen a little girl in a white dress running across the property, who has been known to vanish around corners. Others describe an elderly lady in an old-fashioned dress parting the curtains in a room on the upper floor to peer out into the street. Staff have also reported hearing disembodied footsteps, voices that call out their names and a fear of dread in some rooms of the building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

54 Hyatts Road
Oakhurst, NSW

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-33.7400496143505, 150.83538290978697
Nearest Towns:
Wallgrove, AU (3.1 mi.)
Orchard Hills, AU (6.0 mi.)
Toongabbie West, AU (6.4 mi.)
Rogans Hill, AU (10.4 mi.)
City Of Parramatta, AU (10.8 mi.)
Richmond, AU (10.8 mi.)
Paramatta, AU (11.0 mi.)
Agnes Banks, AU (11.3 mi.)
Clyde, AU (12.2 mi.)
Wilberforce, AU (12.3 mi.)


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