Comfort Inn Blue Lagoon
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so much more than nothing. There is so much nothing that there is actually something.
Arrived at the Dubbo Big 4 and set up camp. Dubbo is a lot bigger than I thought it was going to be - pop 48,000, about 20,000 more people than Busselton and 28,000 less people than Bunbury.
Got a nice early start with beautiful cool weather and lots of clouds. It rained for 2/3 of the way to Sarina and at one stage it was so heavy we had to slow to 70 as we could hardly see for the rain. Greg stopped in Rocky for lunch and had the hugest burger I have ever seen. Was a little mushy though he reckons. Got held up at a little place called Ambrose as a huge pipe had come off a truck and the road ...
... a lovely town with some old buildings and sits at the foot of Mount Arthur. We drove around the town looking at the lovely old buildings, one established in1885. We did what we had to do and drove back to the camp where Jan and Wayne had been busy gathering wood for the fire tonight. Some campers who had arrived and moved down to the river bed, have them some solid logs as they had a trailer load.
A few came in for the ...
An early start so we can get Zoological!
The western Plains Zoo just outside of Dubbo is where many of the large herd hanimals have been transfered from the Sydney Taronga Zoo.
With modern zoological practices moving more to animal welfare, rather than a freak show to display the exotic.
The Zoo in Mosman has rightly decided that herd animals and territorial animals should not be in tiny cages on show for the ...
... gorge and walked along the edge to the Three Sisters, the Scenic Railway down (55 degrees inclination down)and the cable car up again. All very scenic
The next day drove to the Jenolan Caves and toured one of them - couldn't do more due to Kaylene's sore knee - this area is really worthwhile a visit
After leaving Lithgow we travelled back to Bathurst and I did what all men must do and drove around the Bathurst Mt Panaroma circuit -but with the van in ...