Today was a long day. Firstly, getting up at 6am to have coffee and then go for a walk on the property where my sister lives. It’s beautiful there, and I would love to have more time to go wandering on some of the walks it offers. The light was just beautiful, too: Then it […]Read more "Coonabarabran to home"
We got up early(ish) and had a McDonalds breakfast – they don’t do the big breakfast anymore – it’s been a while, obviously! We got to the zoo just on time at 9am – we weren’t the first in line either. Seems a lot of people had the same idea! We were intending to hire […]Read more "Taronga Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo"
First some pictures from Gundagai town – taken last night: After checking out, we headed to the lookout just north of town: then on to the Dog on the Tuckerbox – nice little place with some old equipment helping to tell the story of the dog: The we headed towards Parkes. We stopped near Wombat […]Read more "Gundagai to Dubbo via Henry Lawson Way"
We packed up our stuff and left Jindabyne and headed for Adaminaby (for brekky) and then on to Yarrangobilly Caves in Kosciuszko National Park. It took us about 2 hours from Jindabyne to get to the caves. The last section of about 6km is gravel road. We just missed the 10.30 tour but booked on […]Read more "Along the road to Gundagai"
Today was our last day here in the Snowy Mountains, so we went for some more walks at Thredbo, and later at Charlotte Pass. We didn’t actually get to the park until 11am, and then headed straight to Thredbo. We went on a bobsled ride – yes, even I went on a bobsled! Not really […]Read more "Kosciuszko National Park"
Today was a heavy driving day – almost entirely through Kosciuszko national park. The section from Jindabyne to Khancoban to Cabramurra was so winding and curvy that I felt nauseous and had to drive myself rather than look out the window and search for places to stop for photos! The trip from Jindabyne to the […]Read more "Jindabyne to Khancoban to Kiandra circuit"
After the big day yesterday, we had a sleep in and not much planned for the day. We headed off to Dalgety after attempting to book in for lunch at the winery. We couldn’t get through so left anyway. Dalgety is an historic little village which was once almost made the Australian capital. It’s also […]Read more "Dalgety"