With a Spring in their step, Beltane devotees are greener and more environmental. In Scotland, it's Bhealtuinn Bhealceach " fixed in May. floods". And quite rightly so as old Belenos was the giver of springs of water and fertility in crops with his rainbow-ribbons on the "strong man" May-pole.
Across the waters, in Lebanon he was Baal of the sun, rain and springs as was "balin" the strong warrior Indra of India. His son was Balin, and in Bali Indonesia he made springs of water for healing his troops. These are ceremonially used today.
And so the legend came to Australia centuries ago before Saxons arrived to seize the whole blessed continent for some king in London. Aboriginal people have the Ring Balin = Rainig an Bailceach, a ceremony of walking in the steps of the warrior with a Sanskrit name. He was creator of the Darling river in Vedic Mahabharata style in the Belenos fire tradition with a wise old fish like the Boyne salmon. Danu the water goddess has 4 temples in Bali and there you have it.