Pangarinda Arboretum – more photos

Red Capped Robin

Red Capped Robin

One of favourite picnic spots is the Pangarinda Arboretum at Wellington, South Australia. Not only do we enjoy wandering around admiring the vast range of flowering Australian native plants, the bird life is also quite wonderful. Birds like the stunning Red Capped Robin shown above and the noisy New Holland Honeyeaters zipping around everywhere from flower to flower. I have seen beautiful Superb Blue Wrens, dainty and quite cheeky Zebra Finches and a male Golden Whistler lighting up the green-grey foliage of the bushes with his bright golden breast feathers.

Eucalyptus flowers

Eucalyptus flowers

The arboretum is a very peaceful place to wander around, have a picnic or just sit quietly listening to and watching the passing parade of birds. The River Murray is only a few hundred metres away, complete with a new marina and housing estate, and there are many dairy farms in the nearby vacinity. Pelicans and Ibis are sometimes seen flying overhead, adding to the beauty of this special place.

Eucalyptus macrocarpa

Eucalyptus macrocarpa

 

2 Responses to “Pangarinda Arboretum – more photos”

  1. CW says:

    Beautiful! Thanks for posting them!

  2. Trevor says:

    Thanks for your comments.

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