Hello natural beauties I hope you’re all well and happy. Spring has sprung in Australia and there’s no better way to appreciate the weather than with a bush walk, talking to the flowers, hugging the trees, listening to the cockatoos and kookaburras overhead and breathing the wild bush air.
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The Kuringai WIldflower garden in St Ives, a northern suburb of Sydney, boasts a few walking tracks, lots of protected bush, a fern garden, a playground with a tame swamp wallaby and a very beautiful lace monitor (big lizard) in its midst. It borders Kuringai National Park and the lovely Kuringai creek. We walked the Mueller track which takes about 1.45 mins and listened to whipbirds, admired angophras and delighted in the bright wild flower colours.
Last week i wrote about Japanese Forest bathing, well this is Australian bush bathing at its best. Here’s a little snippet of what we experienced. Being in the bush helps me relax and expand my awareness, and appreciate life in the simple and bold colours and scents of nature.
The visitors centre has a display of “what’s flowering now” and sells some natives in pots too.
Enjoying nature in the the lovely weather is a true gift.
Happy Springtime, Suzanne~ Thank you for sharing your experience and gorgeous wildflower pics from your bushwalk. I remember smelling Boronia (don’t know which type) when I visited Western Australia and just loved it!
How wonderful! When were you in Australia? I’m so glad it’s warming up I feel like it’s been a long winter!