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The museum depicts life during the gold rush, which was around the 1850's. Essentially the town didn't even have roads, and then gold was discovered, and it boomed. The museum has things like the old hotel, a candle shop, the library, the bakery, the churches, and the schools set up like the old days with actors walking around. I watched a gold melting, and pouring thing, a session on candle making, and ...
... was a late night for us. .....We were up early this morning and out in very good time to return to Sovereign Hill for what was described as an exciting gold adventure. We actually did experience all of the adventure and excitement of the Gold Rush era in Sovereign Hill. The whole town has been reconstructed as near as possible to what Ballarat looked like then, and ...
... Rowing Club where my uncle and aunt, Tony and Ruth were having a party to celebrate thirty years of marriage. It was great to see them again and all my Ryan and Spurling cousins. There were a few blog readers amongst them so everyone knew what we'd been up to for the past five months. It was Dad's birthday when we arrived in Mt Gambier the next day, the twenty third of December. The girls were super happy to see their Grandma and Grandpa and we were ...
... the garrison is that has protected the city from invaders for over 300 years Fantastic views in all directions We then decided to stroll the old part of town were every second house or shop is a different colour Local people are very friendly but they know that you are on the ship and you are a possible easy target We stopped in to a local bar for drinks and the free wi- fi so we can make sure our emails have been sent ...
... The villa we have is wonderful with lots of amenities and a king sized bed. We went for groceries and vegged out in front of the TV. Today was a little cooler than yesterday and we needed a sweater. Our first stop this morning was to the Visitors Centre in Ballarat for some information on things to do in this area even though we had checked out some things before we left. Internet is way too expensive at the resort so we went to McDonald's to check E-mails. ...