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Well we left the farm about 9am and headed east towards Canberra. After a fuel and coffee and toilet stop at Gundagai, we pushed on the rest of the way without stopping, although it was ************g journey. The last 50km into Canberra is always the most frustrating as the freeway narrows into one lane and remembering previous journeys, I always …
... Government); The Australian War Memorial, which a memorial and museum in one; The National Museum, The Australian Defence Force Academy, The National Library, The National Gallery, The Royal Mint where Australia’s coins are struck and a host of other things. All foreign embassies (about 80) are located here and many are built in the style of their own country. I went around and had a look at some.
The War Memorial
The War ...
... a car as it would be covered in snow drifts. Khancoban is only a small town with a few hundred people employed by the nearby Hydro Electric Power Stations. The twisting road runs through the Kosciuszko National Park for which is small fee is payable (voluntary). Wild horses called Brumby’s live in this area and usually roam in groups. Just before the town of Thredbo I passed Dead Horse Gap, a place where a group of these Brumby’s where ...
This morning we left the mountains behind us and continued our journey northwards. We thought it would be wrong to complete the big lap around Australia without a visit to the capital, Canberra and the state of ACT. The campsite we are staying at is still in New South Wales but we are only a short drive into Canberra itself. We arrived around lunchtime and headed straight to the main street to find a café for some lunch.
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... course the highly territorial dive-bomber magpies who love to target bike helmets, the climbing was reminiscent of the fun times we had in Indonesia. The route into the Snowy Mountains took us through the most southerly rainforest in Australia, and the flora around the quiet gravel roads looked truly pre-historic. It was hard to believe that the echoing calls of the Kookaburra weren't troops of howler monkeys or gibbons hidden in the trees, We stayed in 3 small towns in this ...