Significant trees in the Hunter | photos Dominica Sanda@dominikasanda22 Nov 2016, 3 p.m. The Hunter is some to some unique trees, big, small and full of character. Tree-mendous trees of the Hunter | photos Islington ParkIslington ParkSwan St, Cooks HillMoreton Bay fig trees, Maitland Road, Islington Park.Rare historic Aboriginal scar tree.Greta’s Don Cruickshanks with the big tree he spotted at Moonan Brook during a recent trip to the Upper Hunter.The wedding tree in Raymond Terrace.The wedding tree in Raymond Terrace.The wedding tree in Raymond Terrace.The wedding tree in Raymond Terrace.Moreton Bay fig trees, Maitland Road, Islington Park.Don Cruickshanks, of Greta, with the forest red gum in Fosterton Road listed on the Australian National Register of Big Trees. Raymond Terrace's Norfolk Island Pine tree is one of the biggest Christmas trees in the southern hemisphere. Picture: Jonathan CarrollTree of Knowledge on Hannell St, Wickham.Tree of Knowledge on Hannell St, Wickham.Fig trees on Council Street, Cooks Hill.Union Street, Tighes Hill.A lone pine in Mayfield West.Norfolk Pines at King Edward Park, Newcastle.Norfolk Pines at King Edward Park, Newcastle.TweetFacebook of ╳exitThe leafy Hunter The Hunter is home to many beautiful trees.Some are big, some are small but full of character and other’s are rare, unique gems.Do you know of any significant trees around the Hunter?Send photos with their location to firstname.lastname@example.org.