Gold Creek Tourist Resort
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Packed a cold bag of sandwich fixings, hot coffee and hit the road to explore, I had a general idea of places that could be a destination and as we saw signs we just went with the car, no hurry no where to go, this was a great way to explore.
Turned off at a sign to Gibraltar Falls, sounded interesting. A lovely short walk down a track to the falls, plenty of water, a bit chilly around the ears, note to selves, bring a hat next time we go out.
... They were on show to many people and they
represented our school in a dignified and honourable manner. What an
The ceremony also honoured Reverend Andrew Gillison how
had been a chaplain during World War 1 and had died due to a result of going to
aid of an injured soldier. During the rescue mission he was shot and later lost
his life. Hearing this man being recognised as a hero was also an honour and ...
... It never ceases to amaze!
At the conclusion of our visit, we took the opportunity to thank our fabulous coach drivers, Dave and Shane who once again looked after us so well. It was also an opportunity to thank the Year 7 teachers and all supervisors for their role in making our Canberra trip so
successful. The supervisors all agree ...
... He got stuck on the idea when he tried on Barney's. After great success we headed to Rebel sports where Katherine really wanted to buy Niklas an authentic AFL footie ball. Of course he is in love with it and has not let it go all afternoon. He is sleeping with it now :). Zach and Samira needed a few things which Kath picked up for them and then it was home while K took her kids to swimming. Tonight was lovely - we got a chance to have a beautiful walk looking for Kangaroos ...
... that me and the grown-up went to in Auckland and Wellington, as there weren't very many flowers at all. It was mostly all rainforest ferns, lots of greenery, but there was a garden called the Red Centre which was very interesting. We did see lots of birds whilst we were there and also saw an Australian Anteater, which looked like a hedgehog, as it was all spiky.
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