Everywhere was bright with the gaudy yellow of Soursob, and a variety of Eucalypts were in blossom.
Walking around "my" wetlands at Kaurna Park I heard the double tone of a Spotted Pardalote. My imitation paid dividends, and soon two were hopping around the tree in front of me. By far the most common bird on the walk was Red Wattlebird, with good numbers of adults (with wattles) and juveniles (without) present.
I was almost home before I spotted Crested Pigeon, and finally one of the many feral European Rabbits that reside in the park.