We've just come out of the coldest month of August in the last 22 years and well as the wettest in the last 12 years.
Not that we can complain...our average highest temperature is around the 18C (64F) mark and the minimum average temperature around the 5C (41F) mark. Not bad at all!
The temperatures are even higher in northern West Australia, where this winter they actually experienced record heat, with the hottest July day with 38,3C and the hottest June night with 28,8C. How about those temperatures for winter?
But let's get back to my favourite season - Spring!
For the last 51 years Kings Park - Perth's inner-city Botanic Gardens, has held the Spring Festival during the month of September.
A day off work was just ideal for a visit, and I joined two ex-colleagues for a few hours to walk around the park.
Hope you also enjoy the wonderful wildflower display and the photo overload...
|A new piece of art, was a recent addition to the park|
|The flower clock has a new look again, planted out with yellow daisies|
|South Perth and the Swan River through the Boab trees|
|View of Elizabeth Quay from Kings Park|
|A bride and groom having their photos taken in the park|
|My colleagues and I with the Swan River and the suburb of South Perth in the background|