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Growing fruit trees in soil with bad drainage

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We are wanting to grow a small orchard on our Brisbane acreage. Our soil is rocky and has a lot of clay. We are thinking of doing raised beds to assist with drainage. Is this a good idea? Also what would be the best fruit trees to grow? We are beginner gardeners so no idea really.
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