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Mudgee Spring


As this was a late winter drive spring was just beginning to unfold.  The streets of Mudgee were lined with trees in blossom.

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  1. Mudgee is such a lovely town. Love the wine and historic buildings. Enjoy your break.

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  2. The blossom has been wonderful everywhere I've been this year - with any luck that means a glut of fruit!!!

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  3. Good to see the town in spring. When I was there the trees were shedding leaves.

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  4. Much of NE Victoria was lined with blossom like this. Very attractive. We DO have seasons in Australia!

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  5. The further south you go the seasons become more obvious. But having just finished a bush walk today I have to say spring is also very obvious in the native forest as well.

    Red it would be good to have lots of fruit. I hear bananas are getting cheaper again and there are heaps of mangos coming down from the NT soon.

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