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... which features natural habitats for the many birds and animals, botanic brilliance, an emu talk, raptor show with a "pommy" expert handler and an amazing nocturnal house. There were many guides and experts at the park. This is a must see place!
We continued the drive to Hermannsburg and explored Lutheran mission buildings and the still-in-tact tannery. One of the industries had been shoe making using the tanned hides. We had afternoon tea including the famous strudel. ...
... first week I was there I made contact with most of my old work mates and most of my friends that I knew were still local. Went out for lunch and dinner a few times so it was great.
To finish off the week I went to Floriarde as this Festival of Flowers happens every year and used to be spectacular when I was first in Canberra so was worth a look.
... such a great country.
By this time in was 17:30 and it was time to head back to Warrumbui for showers, dinner and bed.
What a great day it has been. As teachers, we can once again hold our heads high with so many comments from the general public about the exceptionality of our students behaviour. Throughout the 2 days we have been on the trip, we have experienced story after story from different leaders from different community members ranging the Warrumbui kitchen ...
... tad harsh. We turned off for Mallacoota which is a small village on the coast and sits on Mallacoota Inlet which is very very pretty. We stopped to sit and look out over the water whilst eating lunch before sending some more birds crazy with bread. Just inland from Mallacoota is Gipsy Point which sits on a lake which has two feeder rivers. There is the option to take a boat out on to the lake should you wish but with seemingly no boats, no birds, no anything, it was the most still I ...
... the scanners and armed Federal Police (a relatively new thing) before registering for the 2.00pm tour. We walked up the impressive marble staircase and grabbed a quick lunch in the cafe, surrounded by suited visitors who were talking to each other in hushed tones about various matters. Laurie was certain he heard the term 'working party' at least once from a public servant and we laughed about Rob Sitch's Utopia on the ABC last year. Our tour guide Monique was actually from ...