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Join Us For A day Of Photography During The The Sunflower Run Season.
This day trip is aimed at all levels of Photographers from beginners up.
The 50-kilometre stretch of road from Warwick to Allora is host to a glorious display of golden giants standing guard, reminding locals and visitors that Summer is still in full swing.
Coming into bloom from as early as October, with a few crops holding on until the later days in March, the giant flowers adorning the Warwick sunflower fields are a spectacular sight setting waves of gold against black soil, lush green crops, and deep red sorghum.
The fields attract adventurers, nature lovers, and photographers alike, hoping for the perfect, Instagram-worthy snap of this local marvel.
‘The Sunflower Route’ takes you from the heart of Warwick and through to some of the region’s most picturesque countryside.
You will pass dazzling patchwork countryside, and land in the historic and charming streets of Allora, dappled with timber buildings from the late 1800s and early 1900s and quaint gardens and parks perfect for taking a beat to relax in the natural beauty of the area.
The area also offers the opportunity to visit the heritage listed ‘Glengallan Homestead’ if you’re not quite ready to cut the road trip short.
The Sunflower Run