Kingston Court Apartments
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... retrieved the saw. They told Tony he should get bamboo too. The spears were for fishing and catching barra. We stayed at Mataranka Homestead that night, enjoying the warm springs and the many animals and setting. We chose Mataranka over nearby Bitter Springs and were very pleased we did. It is a family favourite. We enjoyed the 37 degree heat, probably for the last time, as we headed south quite quickly, on the homeward leg of our trip.
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... We went to see the lake: Burley Griffen. It was named after a man who made the layout of Canberra. That was on the way to the Parliament House. I got to explore it and go through a security check, the bags go through a scanner and then a x-Ray print comes up on the officer's computer screen. Then the officer can see what's in your bag. ...
... Then we headed on the bus back through Canberra and onto Warummbui were we all slept extremely soundly and then lived happily ever after. Well, until tomorrow anyway when our adventure continues.
I bid you farewell until tomorrow. I hope you are enjoying the photos and video. We are enjoying bringing them to you.
Mr Walters and the Canberra team
PS. More photos and the videos will be uploaded tomorrow morning. Stay ...
... our way but had beautiful caves that we must see. We agreed that we'd go off the well trodden track and make our way in to Snowy River National Park which Buchan resides within. The road to Buchan was an enjoyable drive through the countryside and on yet another sensational day the views were ace. The access to Buchan Caves is only under the guidance of a park ranger on a tour which was initially disappointing but when you do it you understand why. The "Royal Cave" which we entered, ...
... at the Mint, but the self guided information was terrific. We learned about how 'blanks' are made and then how Titan the robot tips them into the machine to go to the presses. At the Mint, all of Australia's coins are made and they also make souvenir and commemorative coins. We saw some examples of where things had gone wrong in the making of individual coins and how the transition from pounds, shillings and pence to our decimal system was handled. We played some games ...