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This is not the Netherlands ... we don't have hills where we grow them.
This is not the Netherlands ... we don't have red sand.

So this has to be somewhere else?
That's right it's Tassie as the Aussies say or Tasmania for the rest of the world.
Tasmania is named after the Dutchman Abel Tasman who discovered it long ago. Since then many Dutch emigrated Down Under. A guy Van Diemen was one of them and he started his own landcompany. The tulipgrowery to whom this field belongs is still called Van Diemen and is located on the Rocky Cape on the northern coast of Tasmania between Wynyard and Stanley.

An other photo of this same tulip field can be found here.

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