First stop, right outside the front door, is my old faithful blueberry bush that lives in a big pot. Every day for the last month or so I have had the pleasure of nibbling on half a dozen ripe blueberries. Sometimes I share a few with Steve, but not often. :-)
To the side of our house and continuing down the northern border is a line of massive old marri (Corymbia calophylla) trees, following what looks to be an old, dry creek line. Marri (also known as red gums due to the dark red gum the bark exudes) are the gumnut trees and we often see the Whitetail and Redtail black parrots in the tops of these trees, munching on the seeds inside the gumnuts, then dropping the gumnuts to the ground. You wouldn't want to be standing under these trees when the gumnuts are raining down!
At the bottom of the hill we stop at the lower end of the creek, a winter creek that normally flows from about May to October. It was minutely trickling a couple of days ago but it looks like it has officially ceased for the summer.