Lagoon, a lovely languid name that rolls off the tongue, suggesting rest, relaxation and water fowl. Let's see what we find.
It turns out there is a lagoon fringed by the botanic gardens. But lets see what else there is in the street before we go visit the gardens.
The modern version of a traditional Queenslander home.
An old camper.
Typical modern coastal architecture.
Those are foxtail palms, only discovered in the early 1980s in remote north Queensland. Its lovely form created a significant black market in seeds for a while but there are plenty of them available now and this palm is seen all around the world.
A sculpture outside the Botanic Gardens. Let's go see what that lagoon has to offer.