Country Gardens Motor Inn
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... area with Dump Point up the road and water. Then over we went to the wonderful Japanese Gardens, words just arn't enough for this magnificent place, this is a must see and they have the Heritage rooms ...
... peace, humility and harmony.
The Cultural Centre is also an amazing place to visit with an amazing array of Japanese artworks and artefacts.
The commemorative drive on Cherry Tree Avenue connects the Cowra Japanese Gardens with the site of the POW Camp, and continues on to the Australian and Japanese War Cemetery. Additional monuments attributed to the Cowra Breakout include the Garrison Gates and Cowra Italy Friendship Monument.
... around 4:30 and then had the compulsory ice cream before setting up the van. Once set up we headed to the pool which is in a large Gal shed. Being indoors in a big shed made the pool nice and warm. After our swim and feeling a lot cooler we went back to the van for dinner and work out tomorrows itinerary. It has to be a good day as we head home the day after. I have a feeling our animals will not be very happy to see us as I am guessing they have been very well looked ...
... Information Centre and watch the hologram diorama presentation which was very good.
Having had a main meal at lunchtime, we walk in to Maccas next door for a quick burger, before heading to Farliegh Reserve. Another night, another river.
This reserve is quite good, a river with a small beach, covered tables and seats, one of which we are parked near. There are drop toilets. This wasn't in our Camps book but it was in Wiki Camps.
As we neared this camp, yet another ...
... for the days of the bullock drays.
The Australian Captain's Walk has busts of most of the Australian Test Captains up to and including Michael Clarke. The closest that I will ever get to Ricky Ponting was having a photo taken with him on the walk!! On driving around, we did see many Cootamundra Wattles just starting to bloom. It would look magnificent in a couple of weeks.