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Historic planting in flower

One of the historic red flowering plants, which were planted to a Walter Burley Griffin plan on Red Hill by Charles Weston in around 1920, is in full bloom and looking very healthy. It can be viewed by walking about 30m up the track from the Red Hill lookout towards the Optus mobile phone tower. Look under a small acacia bush on the right side of the track.

Swainsona galegifolia (Darling Pea)

Swainsona galegifolia (Darling Pea)