My daughter's partner parents are over from NZ they came out to spend the day with us, so we went to the Auburn Gardens for a wonder around the weather is like summer today 29C and the sun is shinning a pretty good way to spend the day.
The wee roo's are shy today not wanting to leave this log.
They are cute fellows.
They have a open air theatre this is the stage of course you all know this fellow not sure what you call this he thinks it's some sort of dance.
Now that's a dropped chest if ever I seen one.
These two are holding up the tree, look at that water they must put something in it to come up that colour, I never seen water that colour.
The trees have grown since I was last here.
And this is a termite mound, I think.
More strange water
I told him to stand next to this plant and show how big it is, of course we did a silly pose he just can't help himself.
This guy was wondering around but not that friendly.
There is a babbling brook.
and a garden of lovely smells and herbs.
These fellows were the star of the show
I only saw two peacocks but being school holidays maybe they were in a protected area, as they can be hostile towards children as they like to pat and peacocks don't really like that.
These guys just wondered around honking in a large group.
When we got to close they marched off in single file, they all had to duck to go under the rope, this is the lucky last one.
The peacocks were not friendly not like when it's mating season in spring.
Mal was sitting with her paws on my shoulder checking out the screen but moved as I reached for the camera, she got a urgent urge to clean her foot so I just missed the picture.