I love that every November, the jacaranda trees appear seemingly out of nowhere and paint Sydney in splashes of lavender.
These beautiful jacaranda trees are on McDougall Street, Kirribilli, not too far from the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. If you plan on visiting this famous street, make sure that you get there early so your photos are not full of cars and tourists!
Don’t forget take it all in, because the glorious purple flowers won’t be there for much longer!
Something else to look forward to this November…cherries, mangoes, pineapples, passionfruits, blueberries and bananas are all delicious and in season right now. I think that I will be having a lot of fruit salad from now on!
Finally tomatoes are back in season! Let’s face it, salads are much more appealing when the vegetables actually have flavour. The peas in my garden have produced a bumper crop this year. I so enjoy watching Fixer Upper on the telly while I munch on a bowlful of fresh peas!
Any suggestions on other must see places in Sydney in November? Share your ideas in the comments below.
Seasonal produce guide credit (click on link to see original source): Sydney Markets.
Photo credits (click on links to see original sources): avocados, bananas, blueberries, cherries, grapefruits, loquats, mangoes, melons, mulberries, Valencia oranges, paw paws, papayas, passionfruits, pineapples, youngberries, globe artichokes, Asian greens, asparagus, green beans, cucumbers, chillies, celeriac, spring onions, green onions, peas, potatoes, silverbeet, spinach, sweetcorn, tomatoes, watercress, zucchinis, zucchini flowers.