Mantra Pavilion Hotel
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Wagga Wagga is one of the main settlements in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia a friendly and foody destination with a laid-back charm and a relaxing atmosphere. If you want to follow some of the food and wine based trails in the area, Wagga Wagga could be a great base. It also has several of its own attractions:
Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens
These botanic gardens cover 20 hectares ...
... society wants to restore, but since they have been campaigning since 1988 to do so, I don't like their chances anytime soon. So across the Murrumbidgee River (on the new bridge) and this was quite a drive to get across ! The flowing water itself wasn't so wide, but the rest of the flood plain was, it would be quite a sight to see it in flood ! They ...
... when it has taken off again, walk back to the caravan, a total of just over 5K walk. Breakfast and then take off for Wagga Wagga, aiming to be in Albury for the weekend. We travel along the Olympic Highway, past many fields of Canola plants again and Stop at the town of Young for a coffee break and a visit to the local postoffice. Young is also famous for growing Cherries and there are many Cherry orchards. Unfortunately we are a couple of months too early ...
... Anne recognised me straight away. I think the heavy backpacks slumped over my aching shoulders were an instant giveaway. We shook hands and exchanged formalities before jumping into her ute for the drive to my new home for the next three months. I honestly had no idea where we were going, how long it would take to get there or what to expect at all. Anne was the mother of the woman I was going to be living and working for, and it was nice to chat to her in the car on the way ...
... So ager a group photo we said our goodbyes and then drove down the road 10mins to the Nth Berry Jerry cemetery to see where all the ancestors were buried. Last time I was there I was pallbearer for my grandfather who died in 2003. Gave Harrison and Mitchell a crash course in their heritage.
After a bush toilet stop, we headed back into Coolamon to the laundromat, but it was STILL busy so we grabbed some lunch at the Cafe in the main ...