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Left home at 9am, after Brian had to do that last delivery. Collected Greg & Di and off we went. Stopped at Moulemien for lunch on the Edwards River, very nice and the proceeded onto Hay. Decided we could go a little further and ended up at Goolgoowi, a tiny little town in the middle of nowhere. We had a flute of champagne to ...
... famous steamed Dim Sims. They just aren't the same in any other State we have been in.
Warracknabeal has the nicest Post Office of any I have come across too.
After lunch it was on to Donald where I had been reliably informed (and there was a sign to the effect on the approach to the town) was where they made Kooka's Cookies.
Try as we might we couldn't find anywhere that actually sold them.
We are now camped on the banks of Wooroonook Lake Reserve.
... to cross paths again. We all had a terrific weekend. ( Now we are admin together with another lady in a group on Facebook " Nomads of Australia - The Best Bits"
In town there are all the shops etc you'll need and we even got a Radiator Hose for the Bus from a terrific Mechanic in town (yep our darling home was running hot and blasted water everywhere just as we got here!!) But all ...
We are travelling on the lesser highways because we have done the major interstate routes many times. St. Arnaud is between Maryborough and Warracknabeal. We stopped here for a rest break, to have a morning tea cuppa and to kick Jaffa's ball around the disused bowling club greens.
St. Arnaud has a population of about 2,000. It is named after French ...
Over the last couple of months we have been preparing the caravan for our trip.
Changes we have made are : covering up all of the plumbing up under the van ( a lesson we learned the hard way after taking a van off road ), installing a scupper vent in the roof of the van ( to pressurise the van to keep red dust out ), covering all of the air vents ( another lesson learned the hard way, we ...