MIN Hee is one of tens of thousands of people who will be drawn to Toowoomba’s parks this spring.
While it has been a mild winter, today marks the first day of spring and the countdown to the country’s biggest celebration of flowers.
Ms Hee spent one of the final days of winter in the bright and blooming Queens Park’s Botanic Gardens where the weather had already shifted to spring.
The Korean-national has only been in Toowoomba for two months, where she is living with a friend while she spends the next year studying.
“Yes of course,” she said to attending the Carnival of Flowers.
“I am looking forward to it.”
The forecast for the start to spring will not disappoint.
The Bureau of Meteorology predicts sunny days for at least the next week, following on from a dry August where just 2mm of rain was recorded in the city.
Temperatures are set to reach 21 degrees today, 23 degrees tomorrow and 25 degrees on Sunday.
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