Leichhardt Hotel Rockhampton
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... s. The mine is now closed but from the lookout you can still get a good view of the mine site and surrounds. We stopped at the Isite ( which we do in most towns ) and enjoyed a tour around the original railway station and a great collection of memorabilia from the early days. Very interesting and once again so much history . Travelled on to Mt Hay where we stayed last night at Mt Hay gemstone tourist park. On site their is a mine site where one ...
Left at 8:30am and only a relatively short drive arriving at Rockhampton at 11:00am. The ACC have a system of Farm Stays where Members with space allow other Members to stay on their property. We are staying at one here in Rockhampton which is not a Farm but a house with a large backyard. It is only about 4 or 5 kms from the City and is really good. The owner ...
... hour or so later we were booking in for another two nights. What a gorgeous spot. The campsite was basic but in the most incredibly beautiful location and our hosts? Fantastic. So far “best value for money”. Over two days we walked two major walks. The first taking two and half hours of fairly strenuous ups and downs and the second about an hour and a half of much easier terrain. Features obviously are the Gorge itself and the many wonderful caves. We ...
... based on all of 20 minutes observation. Another event had a rider making a cow go around some poles, sounds easy enough but the riding skill required was impressive. It was worth a look and just a gold coin donation to get in. If we ever went again we would wear the appropriate attire which is; cowboy boots with or without fancy leatherwork, jeans, flashy belt buckle, floral shirts tucked in for ladies and a puffer jacket vest. Hat and ...
... her HSC in Australia and then went to a remote area in France to learn how to repair wood wind instruments. She stayed with a host family, learnt and loved her trade, met her wonderful husband, (who plays the saxophone) and has remained in France ever since. So, she is Australian but has spent more time living in France than in Australia.
We had a wonderful conversation with them, and thoroughly enjoyed their company. Her husband, ...