Smell Spring Flowers Around Blairgowrie

Thetraveljunkie.org – In Australia, spring officially starts on the first of September. The first rays of spring sunshine have peeked through Melbourne’s winter clouds. The days are getting warmer, the flowers are blooming, and our mood is getting more colourful each day. It’s the time of year when everything in nature is changing and promising new life and new hope. Today, we bring you to exercise and be rewarded with a crescendo of bird song, stop and smell spring flowers around Blairgowrie on Mornington Peninsula, Victoria.

Here are spring flowers around Blairgowrie, Australia:

Springtime is the season when nature bursts back into life in an explosion of sight, sound and colour.

Oh September, and the roughstone terraces with their thickets of tiny white daisies were aswarm with insects. The whole garden sizzled and hummed.

Wishing health and safety to you all during these extraordinary times.

For Mornington Peninsula Shire – Beach Closure Update, visit www.mornpen.vic.gov.au.

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