An Abelia bush with its white flowers and red leaves against a background of green leaves looks spectacular. Although very common the white, Agapanthus can also look spectacular in good lighting conditions.
On my street walks, I see very few dogs. Apart from ones taking their owners for walks. It was a surprise to see two just standing in a front yard looking like they were guarding something. They were. No barking, no growling as they were tin dogs. At their feet was a plaque reading "Treasured, Loved & Faithful. Friends at Rest." Those friends were probably under the plaque.
For most of the distance, Jeffrey Drive parallels the Mullum Mullum Creek walking trail, which runs behind the south side houses. The trail can be accessed in two spots with bushy walkways between houses.
In densely vegetated gardens, climbing roses seem to thrive and always impress with their vibrant colours.