When the Robbo Spring Fair starts, the Robertson Heritage Railway Station comes alive with the annual Railway Fair. The long weekend in September/October is the usual date.
This year, we were blessed with stunning clear skies, and mild weather. How lucky we were. (Last Sunday all the tents would have been blown to Albion Park!)
David Tranter was selling his spectacular Waratahs.
In addition, hundreds of Waratahs which he has personally planted, were flowering all around the Railway Station, on the Common, and across the Railway line.
There was red everywhere.
Bones was singing the Blues,
against a blue background,
and under blue skies above.
Out on the main street (Hoddle Street), the double flowered Pink Japanese Cherries were at their peak.
In several days time, the annual pink snowstorm (of fallen Cherry blossom petals) will cover the grey bitumen, but for now, the trees are wonderful.
The simple joys of Spring in Robertson.