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... on display including some rather sexually explicit ones too.
The museum itself is cut into the sandstone rock and I thought that the building itself was very interesting.
We drove into Richmond, had lunch in a quaint little teahouse and seen Australia's oldest bridge, built in 1823 and built out of sandstone. We also seen Australia's oldest Catholic Church, built in 1836 and still in use.
All in all we had a great day of sightseeing, well worth the visit.
... the side fence backing onto the cemetery. Out hops a bald guy with a bushy beard, tatts, an ear spreader and a couple of facial piercings. He starts to set up camp. I groan, “there goes our peaceful camp”. By this stage it’s getting dark he promptly settles down for the night, I’m expecting his mates to rock up during the night but we go to bed.
The next morning I get up to have a shower ...
First we had to get Sharon sorted to vote. Somehow she had 'dropped off' the Electoral Roll and after phone calls home and resubmitting more applications so she can vote. Took nearly an hour just to sort that out. Then there were loads of phone calls to sort out the appointments for Vincent.
Talk about an exhausting morning! Finally we headed out via Richmond. It was ...
... which was originally built to transport copper and supplies between Queenstown and Strahan. When we were here in 2006 we did the 35k trip which was really enjoyable.
We set up camp at the Queenstown Sportsground, also known as The Gravel which has a history of its own. The gravel oval was built in 1880 specifically to withstand the heavy rains experienced in the area. ...
... townships of Wee Waa and Burren Junction . Found a good camp spot in a park and decided to stay the night. Holiday today . A few caravans pulled in and later in the afternoon we had a happy hour ( at 4 p.m ) and all brought a plate and got to know a few ...