Summer sunflowers in full bloom [gallery]

Mar 03, 2014 No Comments by

There’s a yellow sea not often talked about, that ebbs and flows through Southern Queensland Country towns. Fields of sunflowers as far as the eye can see bloom in full force during the hot summer months.

Take a drive on the Sunflower Route from Warwick to Allora anytime from late January through to March and you’ll see sunny vistas of these giant smiling flowers. The 50-kilometre round trip will also take you through the pretty patchwork countryside of ploughed black soil, green lucerne and grazing crops, and brick-red sorghum.

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If she’s not strolling along the beach or marvelling at the scenery from a well-placed café, Jasmine can be found exploring with (or running after) her energetic one-year-old son. Motivated by her love for nature and everything in it, Jasmine has spent most of her career writing about the world’s wildlife for zoos in Australia and New Zealand.