If you like seeing exotic flowers that are not common, this spring walk is for you. Blue blossom and shining scabious are two. A leopards bane is another one that looks like a daisy but is part of the sunflower family.
Not many birds were seen but quality rather than quantity prevailed. A kookaburra silently alighted upon an overhead wire almost above my head. A galah was noticed in the distance and allowed a close approach before departing the scene.
The bottle brush and grevilleas are my favourites. You seem very knowledgeable about the flowers Neil, I'm guessing you have a bit of a green thumb. My gardening activities start and end with looking at the plants but I have learned what a lot more of them are since I got into photography.