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ID this tree please

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reilly starts with ...
I have just purchased a property with lots of fruit trees and have one that I am trying to identify. This tree sits amongst 6 orange trees and I would think is a fruit or nut tree. I am only guessing. Can anyone please shed some light upon these pictures taken this weekend. the tree has just starting flowering and is 2 hours north of Sydney.
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Awaba
4th December 2017 11:22am
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Harry Stuiber says...
Looking at the leaf shape and the little I can see of the flower it may be an avocado.
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5th December 2017 12:11pm
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Pademelon1 says...
Maybe a white sapote?

Edit: I agree with harry - avocado
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5th December 2017 5:16pm
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Peter91 says...
Given it's planted with Citrus and going by the leaves I can see it could be a pomelo tree.

Could also be an avocado though.
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7th December 2017 1:27pm
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