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We are now on our way on the travelling leg of our trip. Since these Poms came to Australia 5 weeks ago we have been made so wonderfully welcome by our family, their family and friends. We have joined in the celebrations for four birthdays, two wedding anniversaries, as well as Christmas and New Year. We also had the great pleasure watching our son propose to his partner and mother of their child on Christmas Day. We went to the GABA to watch ...
... in New Zealand and Canada, that the Australian Government finally started to acknowledge certain Aborigine demands during the 1970's. It is all very recent history.
*Before going to the current Parliament House we take a quick drive around the nearby Embassy suburb – an area of the city just full of Embassies and their residencies. Because Canberra was purpose built, the plot sizes are generous - many of the Embassies are built ...
... showed we went through 'brown mountain' along with quite a few others! Luckily, we made it out the other side but we had a big rig up 'right up our trumpet' and had to pull over to let Wilson cool down. We did get a few stunning photographs and managed to ogle a few more hours of rainforest like atmosphere, however it was tense when the fuel light on and the top of the mountain was yet in sight.... But it's stuff like that we can laugh about now!! And now ...
... our opinion of the place. It is so wide spread with huge boulevards, with many trees just coming into leaf. The building of the city did not begin in earnest until Robert Menzies really put on a push in the 1950s and drove the relocation of government departments to relocate here. Thus much of the architecture is post 1950. Mostly lacking in aesthetic appeal and some of it, like the convention centre and parliament house, just plain, butt ugly.
Day Eleven - A Day at Bawley Point
Our mission today is to find kangaroos. We have been told that they are usually wandering around the camp site at Pebbly Beach in the Murramarang National Park.
We drive down to Merry Beach to purchase some take-away sandwiches and chips (fries) for our picnic, and soon see our first kangaroo by the roadside…..but it is DEAD! Kangaroo road kill. We are shocked and almost in tears. It looks ...