That's the only wattle blooming here. I'd guess the others are not far off.
Tallow-wood, forest red gum, narrow leaf iron bark, avocado, citrus, liquid amber all flowering. Croftonweed is just starting to flower. Lots of other weeds flowering. The wattles and eucalypts don't seem to flower in unison, even ones of the same species.
So far have seen the bees get extra active for the wattle and our one liquid amber tree.
Nice cut out pics. I read this thread with interest. How did the colony on the ground go? The giant honeybee from Asia builds nests out in the open, and the small Asian honeybee does too.
I just went to the bee club here and 30min drive from me there are hardly any drones yet. Me and Meadlover have had swarms already. I just found the first eggs from a newly mated home grown queen. :) Pretty awesome how the bees respond to the specific environmental conditions where they are. :)