Spring has finally started in “the lucky country” . While the other countries are already experiencing the gloomy days and cold weathers, the warm weather in Australia is just starting to bloom. Lots of people, not only the locals but also tourists are sure excited for this season. Who isn’t?
We have made a list of things not to miss this spring:
Floras, Floras, Floras – Everybody can agree that spring also means flowers. It is the time of year where everything is starting to blossom and all the colors are enhanced by sunlight.
• Tesselaar Tulip Festival (http://tulipfestival.com.au/)
9am until 5pm daily
14th September until 15th October, 2017
The Tulip Farm, 357 Monbulk Rd, Silvan, Victoria
• Huon River Garden tours – A lot of tours are available as well as packages for charming villa stays in this part of Tasmania.
• Bright Spring Festival (https://www.brightspringfestival.com.au)
2017 program available closer to the event
21st October – 7th November 2017
• Kings Park Festival (https://www.bgpa.wa.gov.au/kings-park/events/festival)
Visit their events calendar here (https://www.bgpa.wa.gov.au/kings-park/events/festival/festival-events)
1st – 30th September 2017
Loving the Sea, Sun and Sky – It’s finally time to hit the beach and and go for some early summer swimming and surfing.
• Sydney’s Northern beaches – If ever you are residing or visiting Sydney at the moment, the quickest and best way to catch some sun is to drive a car to one of it’s Northern beaches. Whether it be surfing in Manly, or joining the crowd in Curl Curl, Dee Why, Narrabeen, Avalon and Palm Beach, it’s always lovely to finally catch the warmer air before summer.
• Queensland – If you are looking for less crowded places, head over to Noosa Heads, Moolooloba, Sunshine Coast in Caloundra , Coolum beach and Maroochydore.
• South Australia – Robe, Beachport and Cape Douglas are such famous spots in this area.
• Western Australia – Strickland bay is considered a gem in this part of Australia. As well as, Surfers point, The Box and North Point.
“Spring is the time of plans and projects.”
― Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina
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