Cherry blossoms bloom in the outskirts of Australia's largest city

Pink overwhelmed walkways of cherry blossoms and Japanese cuisine attract tens of thousands of visitors to the festival.

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The cherry blossom festival at Auburn Garden
In Australia, August is spring time. At this time, the cherry blossoms bloomed in many cities in kangaroo country. The cherry blossom festival at Auburn Garden is over 9 hectares in suburban Sydney which is the largest flower event in New South Wales state every year. Photo: Concrete Playground.
The cherry blossom festival at Auburn Garden
Visitors pass through the gate of Zen Gardens, where there is a Japanese-style garden. This is an event to celebrate the cultural exchange between Australia and Japan. The festival takes place over nine days from August 17 to 25. Last year, the festival attracted 90,000 visitors. Photo: Noah Stammbach.
The cherry blossom festival at Auburn Garden
The flowers bloom in full bloom on August 24 in the garden. Photo: Auburn Botanic Garden.

The cherry blossom festival at Auburn Garden
Cherry blossoms in Australia at full bloom. Besides Japanese cherry blossoms, the garden has other relatives such as cherry plum, Taiwan cherry, purple cherry plum ... Photo: Louise Kennerley.
The cherry blossom festival at Auburn Garden
Visitors at Auburn Botanical Garden on August 21. The flower season here usually lasts about a month. Photo: Xinhua.
The cherry blossom festival at Auburn Garden
In 1968, architect Eric Black proposed to renovate the land along the Duck River that full of garbage and wastewater next to the park today into a multi-style convergence garden in the world for the public to visit. Photo: Cumberland Council.
The cherry blossom festival at Auburn Garden
Like Japanese people, festival attendees gather with friends and family to watch flowers and eat together under the trees. After watching the flowers, visitors often go to the stalls selling pink burgers and typical Japanese dishes such as mochi, okonomiyaki (Japanese pizza) ... Photos: Not Quite Nigella.
The cherry blossom festival at Auburn Garden
A corner of the lake in the Auburn Botanic Garden. Tickets with tourists cost 10 USD. Children under 16 and local people are free. Photo: Xinhua.

Cherry blossoms bloom in the outskirts of Australia's largest city Cherry blossoms bloom in the outskirts of Australia's largest city Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on August 26, 2019 Rating: 5

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