While the breeze breathes out a sentimental tone of auld langsyne, the stunning view of the landscape brings healing and drives its witness to moving forward. Black Mountain Peninsula is a place of gathering to Aboriginals where significant primeval celebrations spring color to the black mountain. Now the peninsula is still gathering people who want to celebrate life in its serene waters and breathtaking horizon.
Its flora and fauna are rich like its history, thus the peninsula is a favorite spot for families perching in its vivid greens topped with quilts or picnic tables. The quiet waters of the Lake Burley Griffin can be explored by paddling and sailing. The dry season though prepares its visitors a warm bath and a warmer encounter with the lake’s life. In the sunset when the peninsula is filled with overwhelming tranquility, a walk on the shore is more than gratifying. Truly, there are vibrant colors in the Black Mountain Peninsula.
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