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Back on track and heading south of the Newell Highway. This time the destination was Dubbo, and of course what do go see in Dubbo ? The Western Plains zoo of course ! We chose to stay in a caravan park this time, a Big 4 that has great facilities for kids. Krystals birthday was coming up soon and she had no hesitation telling everybody about it, so it was a bit of a treat, and there were plenty of other kids .. Ahem ... "Friends" there that she could play with on ...
Today we slept in until 9.30 am. Whilst I was conducting my morning ablation, Bronwyn was checking Facebook whilst waiting for me to clear the bathroom. She noticed a comment on our post from our friends Lesley Portas about a great camping spot about 125 km from us. Well we discussed it and decided as the water fall was not flowing let's move. Within 30 minutes we had packed up and had a cappuccino and we were on the road again. Our first stop was Gilgandra, we stopped to pick ...
... Coles, we had lunch before heading for the Mitchell Highway and towards Wellington.
The scenery is very pretty with hills, undulating farmlands vivid with the colour of the green and gold Canola crops.
Before Wellington we turned down a long windy dirt road, onto a short stretch of bitumen before another 7km of dirt to Ponto Falls Reserve.What a great camp spot, right on the Macquarie ...
... br> To that end, they took over the old Western Plains Zoo, with around 750 acres of land.
There are Zebras, giraffes, rhinos, and elephants, and lions, and dozens of different types of cattle & deer from around the world. Monkeys and Galapagos Turtles, and many other species in large open enclosures, as well as native Australian species.
It's huge. You can drive around the five km circuit if you're old, tired or lazy, ...
... reached the max speed down the long straight (by the way the speed restriction is 60 km/hr.
It gives you an appreciation how hard the course travelling as fast as they do particularly coming down the mountain through the S bend near the top
From there we stopped overnight at a place just North of Bathurst called Macquarie Woods (No 856 in Camps 7). Really impressed - had a huge grassed area for caravans and 3 sets of toilets dispersed around the grounds. Had ...