Mt Cootha Botanical Gardens Brisbane

The bus went from Stop 46 Adelaide Street to Mt Cootha. We first stopped at the Lookout..You can see Brisbane from there and it is a very compact city.

BrisbaneWe took the bus back to the Gardens, and walked through the herb garden to the Restaurant where we had lunch. A water dragon joined us. There were a few of them in the bamboos around the Restaurant enjoying the sun.

Water Dragon My friend stayed there and I walked to the pond, through the Arid Zone and cactus section

DSCN8164 DSCN8166 DSCN8167 DSCN8170Then I walked around the pond and into the Bamboo garden where a duck dived amongst the waterlily leaves, and a bush turkey searched the brush.

DSCN8173 DSCN8175 DSCN8181 DSCN8184 DSCN8188 DSCN8199 DSCN8201 DSCN8211We walked to the Tropical Flower Dome greenhouse, where crabclaws and bromeliads were in glorious color

DSCN8219 DSCN8223 DSCN8226 DSCN8237 DSCN8239 DSCN8244And returned past the Planetarium to collect the last bus back to the city for some last minute After Christmas Sale Shopping

DSCN8249 DSCN8250 DSCN8253 Maggi

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Artist, Traveller, Researcher and Writer, currently living on the waterfront, Ooncooncoon Bay, Russell Island., where I photograph daily sunrises, sunsets and the Moon, as well as the changing colours and lights of the Bay and those who use it...the ferries, yachts, boats and the wild life... Travel photos and videos about many places in Australia​

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