Another month has gone by, so spring is truly underway. Tablelanders have pulled out their cameras and phones this month to celebrate the delightful change in weather, and all the feel-good moments.
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We have sprung into a new season in the Southern Highlands and Tablelands
We certainly started spring and September off with a bang, with bursts of colour replacing the bare branches. The season has sprung in the Tablelands, with clear, picturesque blue skies and blooms wherever you go.
Celebrating fathers and father figures across the Tablelands
We wanted to create a gallery to praise fathers and father figures who have had a tremendous impact on our lives. Tablelanders sent us photos of their loved ones, even those who may no longer be with us, to celebrate Father's Day from a distance.
Goulburn wetlands and river walk put spring in people's step
As the weather has been warming up, more Tablelanders have laced up their joggers and headed over to the Wollondilly and Mulwaree River track for some fresh air. They have also taken their phones and cameras along, to capture the picturesque landscape and creatures they have stumbled upon along the way.
Former Goulburn Lilac Festival Queen Jan Cooper reflects on event
While these photos were not taken this month, 1959 Lilac Festival Queen Jan Cooper gave shared photos with us taken during her reign. It is a trip down memory lane for the festival's 70th anniversary from October 2 to 4.
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