Native Xmas trees can beat shortage

By Jacob Shteyman
Updated December 18 2022 - 7:03am, first published 7:00am
A native woolly bush adorned with Christmas decorations at Coogee Beach in Sydney. (Jacob Shteyman/AAP PHOTOS)
A native woolly bush adorned with Christmas decorations at Coogee Beach in Sydney. (Jacob Shteyman/AAP PHOTOS)

Like Christmas lunches by the beach and ugly festive rashies, Australians have never been shy to put their unique spin on yuletide traditions.

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