TRAVEL Sydney turns purple as jacaranda trees bloom

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Sydney turns purple as jacaranda trees bloom

CGTN

13:12, October 31, 2021

Jacaranda trees are not native to Australia, but they can be found around Sydney. The trees are popular for their stunning purple blooms in spring. October and November are the best time to visit Sydney when jacarandas rain purple on the city. A kite sits stuck in jacaranda trees on McDougall Street in the North Sydney suburb of Kirribilli. (Photos: CFP)

Jacaranda trees in the suburb of Neutral Bay with Australian city Sydney and harbor bridge in the background.

Jacaranda trees on McDougall Street in the North Sydney suburb of Kirribilli.

Jacaranda trees on McDougall Street in the North Sydney suburb of Kirribilli.

Jacaranda trees reflected in a car wing mirror on McDougall Street in the North Sydney suburb of Kirribilli.

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