Caltex stores around Sydney have installed Oak Chocolate Milk slurpee machines

Standard slurpees be gone, some genius has finally realised the ultimate summer fantasy and combined chocolate milk with everyone’s favourite icy cold service station drink. Famous Newcastle born flavoured milk brand Oaks has now taken on a new life as frozen chocolate milk machines have been spotted in various – and seemingly random – Caltex stores around Sydney. It’s caused such a frenzy today that the official Oak Milk Facebook page is now covered in comments from people demanding the machines in cities outside of Sydney. Until then, consider yourself incredibly lucky Sydneysiders.

While photos of the machines have been circulating online, there is no official word as to how many are actually out there, with small lists being shared compiling official locations from Northmead to Neutral Bay. Needless to say, if you stumble upon one, it’s now your god given duty to tell the world about it because the days are only getting hotter, and Oak kind of needs the resurgence.

**UPDATE**: An official location list from Oak has been obtained by the AU review. They are as follows:

Wyong M1 Southbound | M1 Southbound Service Centre, Wyong
Wyong M1 Northbound | M1 Northbound Service Centre, Wyong
Beresfield | 409 Yangan Avenue, Beresfield
Neutral Bay | 16-38 Military Road, Neutral Bay
Northmead | 98-100 Windsor Road, Corner Lombard Road, Northmead
North Ryde | 41-43 Epping Road, Corner Wicks Road, North Ryde
Bondi | 51 Bondi Road Corner Park Road, Bondi
Rose Bay | 488 Old South Head Road Corner Albemarle Street, Rose Bay
Luddenham | 19 The Northern Road, Luddenham

We’ll keep you updated once more locations are confirmed.

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Chris Singh

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