Floriade is an annual floral display in Canberra that has been a popular attraction for over thirty years. It brings plenty of visitors to Australia’s capital city, and has always been held in beautiful Commonwealth Park, next to Lake Burley Griffin.
Here is an example of the scene at Floriade in previous years:
Months ago, as Covid Times took hold around the world, the local government decided that Floriade could not be held in its usual form this year. However, in 2020 it has been reimagined. Small floral displays have been spread around the city and suburban shopping centres.
It makes a nice addition to the spring flowers emerging in parks and gardens around Canberra, so I thought I would share it with you.
I’m finding that 2020 seems to be rushing by, so all these flowers brings a lovely reminder that spring is here and summer is on its way.
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