Australians rush to see a vibrant tulip farm before it closes for the year

Australians are traveling in droves to witness a stunning tulip farm in full bloom before the flowering seasons end in just a few weeks. Table Cape Tulip Farm is perched atop a seaside cliff, and its millions of vibrant flowers carpet the rolling hills of Wynyard on Tasmania's northwest coast, two hours from Launceston. The farm is luring in travelers from all over the country as it's only open for one month a year, and social media is filled with kaleidoscopic images of its stretching fields.

The region's volcanic soil, paired with its climate, provides the ideal environment for tulips to flourish as they need to be planted in May and grown over the cold winter and cool spring. Provided by Daily Mail, visitors can immerse themselves in an explosion of color as they take a stroll between the rows and rows of yellow, pink, red, white, orange, and 'black' or dark purple tulips. 

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