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There are a few towns in N.S.W. that have abundant autumnal displays; Armidale is numbered among them.
Its proliferance of deciduous trees leads to a blaze of colour every fall though it is rare to get as many species as I captured in this all turning at the same time.
Silly me thought it would be like this every year but, since I took this snap in the early '80s, it has never come remotely close to putting on a display of comparable magnitude.
Sure, all the leaves still turn, but it is spread out over a couple of months, which is good in one way because the spectacle lasts a bit longer, usually from late April to July.
Written Aug 13, 2004
Armidale, like all towns in the New England area, has its share of parks. As regular viewers of my pages can attest, I like parks.
This particular one is located between the Tourist Information Centre and the RSL Club and this particular sculpture is of one of Australia's larger birds, the black cockatoo. In real life they come with red tails or yellow tails and tend to nest inland and fly to coastal areas to feed, especially when the banksias are in bloom.
Written Jun 27, 2004
This is the eastern end of Smith House, part of which is accommodation in addition to the therapeutical side of things.
Written Mar 6, 2005
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1 Review and 23 Opinions This motel, with all units on the ground floor, is about 2 kms from the CBD, set amongst some trees....
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