Here are some more photos of Autumn Trees in Tenterfield, a small country town in northern NSW. It sits in a valley amid the Great Dividing Range. It's main industries are beef and wool. It is famous for being the town where Sir Henry Parkes delivered his Federation Speech in 1889. The speech ignited the debate that ultimately led to Federation on 1 January 1901. (When Australia became a country in its own right and no longer a colony of Britain.)
Tenterfield is also famous for being the birthplace of entertainer, Peter Allen. He lived with his grandfather, who was the "Tenterfield Saddler" in his song.
This is the second park that we visited to see the trees. As you can see it was a beautiful day and above average temperature. 25°C/77°F
There were some girls taking photos too.
They didn't mind ud taking photos of them playing in the leaves
I just loved the colours.
Many of the streets in Tenterfield look like this. We never see this in Brisbane.
I like the old country houses hiding behind the beautiful trees.