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Bird's Eye View

During our recent visit to Kings Park, we climbed to the top of the DNA tower. Great views across Perth!


Majestic Flowers 3

Another flower that caught our attention in Kings Park was this Magnificent Prostanthera, which is native to the Northern Wheatbelt of Western Australia. And we also have a soft spot for Marri (below), which is very common in Perth.


Majestic Flowers 2

Plenty of colourful winter blooms in Kings Park at present, including the strange Pouched Grevillea above and striking Darwinia species below.


Majestic Flowers

We caught a bit of sunshine at Kings Park earlier this week, between the showers. The war memorial was looking very impressive.

It’s the early winter here in Perth, but there were plenty of wildflowers in bloom in the botanic gardens, including the iconic red and green Kangaroo Paw above and the smaller pink horticultural variety below.


Retired No One Told Me...Weekly Roundup...Salt Farming, Matcha and the Little Penguin.

Welcome once again to my weekly roundup and I thought I would have fewer posts as I now only have the one blog but no…even more although we had the Bloggers Bash and I have started my travel ones so it soon tots up… So I would make a pot of tea or have that coffee¬†percolator brewing as you get comfortable in your favourite chair and have a read… I hope you enjoy x… 560 more words

Travel Australia...Kings Park and The Lucky Shag...

Driving into Perth you can see the whole skyline in one view… There is the Swan River on one side and The Canning River on the other side and they just sparkle in the sunlight. 680 more words