1960. Very good condition. Lovely large color lithograph travel poster depicting two children climbing a hillside in Western Australia. A young boy with walking stick helps a young girl in blue dress climbing a hillside strewn with exotic plants and flowers. The word "Springtime" in a 1960s influenced type font, with the dot on each letter "i" shown as a yellow flower; a bit like the title of the American situation comedy "I Dream of Jeannie". The title in blue and red against a bright yellow background. Western Australia has more wildflowers than any other place on the planet: more than 12,000 species, more than half of which are found only here. Wildflower season begins in June in the north and ends on the south coast in November; wildflowers are scattered across 2.5 million square kilometres of terrain. The publisher and date of publication not identified. Measures 39 3/4 x 26" (Inventory #: 22029)
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