Bathurst Heritage Motor Inn
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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After some quick shopping we returned to the Mount Panorama circuit and drove around it with the iPad on the dashboard recording the complete trip. It was a slow drive as the speed limit is 60kmh and there are cameras placed around the track which are connected to the police station. We then drove to Orange, a surprisingly large town. Interestingly the first sign we saw entering The town was an advertisement for the Apple Festival and just up the road was a large Apple on a ...
... coal. Constructed in 2000 and the energy generated is fed into the country energy transmission grid for distributions to customers under the green power scheme. 15 wind turbines with 660 KW capacity, 45 meter hub height, 28.5 RPM, 47 meter blade diameter, The farmer supplies the land and in return is paid an agreed amount per turbine per year. These 15 turbines can supply 3,500 homes.
... to go to. So After a night of catching up with the folks it’s off to Aunty Fay’s house at Valley Heights. This is in the Blue Mountains; I don’t think I’ve been here since I was a little kid that is if I have actually ever been here, so we will add this to our list of things to do this month.
Anyway we staying in Manly at Novotel, it is beautiful, Manly is ace a really cool ...
Our last night together, Susanne, Terry and I went out to dinner at the local RSL. I said goodbye to them the next morning as they headed for Mildura and I stayed another day in Bathurst before I head south to Yarrawonga and the Australian Caravan Club Muster. My last day in Bathurst, I drove round the Bathurst 1000 track on Mount Panorama - because that's what you do when you're in Bathurst!
... no more room in the van to safely transport any more wine, cider or beer bottles! The self guided tour at the Jenolan Caves far exceeded our expectations, it was fantastic! We all enjoyed our own custom commentary via the "acousti-guide" of the Nettle Cave - named this because of the Kopriva (stinging nettle) growing all around the cave entrance, and Devil's Hole and I actually enjoyed it so much more than yesterday's cave tour. Axedale historical ...