Thetraveljunkie.org – One of the things that I like most about Spring is going for a Jacaranda picnic. The Jacaranda is an iconic tree in Brisbane and the city during Spring looks super lovely. Although Jacarandas are native to Central and South America, they have been planted in Brisbane since 1864 and have become a city favourite. Most of the Jacarandas in Brisbane come from seeds from the first tree planted in the city. Some of the best places to see Jacarandas in bloom are New Farm Park, Dockside Walk at Kangaroo Point, the University of Queensland at St Lucia, William Dart Park at St Lucia, and Jacaranda Park at Yeronga.
I only need three things: a tote bag full of goods, a smartphone, and comfy shoes. Here are these lovely photos which smell of Spring, purple, and blue sky in Brisbane.
I love you so much, Brisbane!
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