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... edgy modern art museum is pretty incredible, and I won't be able to do it justice so won't even try, but suffice it to say the guy who built it made his fortune through gambling and the place has to be experienced to be believed. But it's not for the faint of heart. I found the experience pretty disorienting, and after an hour or so the combination of exhibits, low blood sugar, and too much coffee had me escaping outside to the expansive ...
... up camp - for the last time in Australia as we would spend three nights here and then we'd be on the ferry back to Melbourne - cooked, showered (yup, Lotte still hates showers) and put Lotte to bed. It had rained a bit during the evening and the temperature had dropped quite a bit, so it wasn't long before we also sought the warmth of our sleeping bags and turned in. New Years Eve tomorrow!
Distance travelled today: 286 km
Total distance travelled: 14741 ...
... day dawned so we decided to be very grown up and civilized and explore the Botanic Gardens which turned out to be quite good. Pretty sure everyone else in the gardens was English too either that or we have lost the ability to tell accents anymore which is more probable.
Had lunch and a wander around the central market which involved being a lot less grown up and gravitating towards sweet stalls, pie stalls and brightly coloured doughnuts. Wandered some more and the found a pub. ...
... dining experience when provided with such delicious fare is another.
Question: what is the thinking about dining (and paying) at such a well rated and pricey establishment when seated at the table next to you is a family of 6 including 3 tiny children, 2 preschool, who squeal and scream and demand attention, not just from their parents, but from waiting staff, others diners, etc. I dunno. But we would have preferred a quieter and more ordered ...
Drove 77 km from Wagett through bushy dry country and to get to Lightning Ridge. We saw quite a few emus along the way and sheep just wandering onto the roads as the properties have some fencing but not all. Went first to the visitor centre to check out tours of the opal mines and maps of the area. It was still early but we checked into the new caravan park just out of town Opal Caravan Park ...