Albeit the wet and windy day (this month has been unusually wet and windy) the park was full of people, walking around looking at the flowers, sitting by the entertainment stage listening to music, dancing, eating, barbecuing ....oh yes some people were having picnics!
Apart from the music, there were workshops about native gardening and plant propagation, as well as tents selling native flower arrangements and native plants - I bought an orange/red Kangaroo Paw to plant in my garden.
I leave you with some photos to give you an idea of the atmosphere. The 80's music was great, pity the grass was wet and I didn't take a chair, because I would have loved to stay longer.
|A collection of 10 vintage Holdens, all in working order
|I like the number plate
|How do you like this vintage caravan? The cold weather didn't entice ice-cream buyers though...
|Plenty of food for sale near the entertainment area
|There were 4 Florettes walking around delighting young and old alike
|The Florettes were also having fun dancing to the music
|Another yarn bombing done on this wheelbarrow
|Another old Holden used as a "flower container"
|Various Kangaroo Paw plants - the one I bought is similar to the one on the bottom right