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Carrying on our trip up the east coast our next stop was Canberra, the capital city of Australia (yes, you heard correctly) as Sydney is not the capital of Australia! We were debating whether to visit Canberra or not as there was nothing advertised or interesting to see there but thought we must stop at the capital as we travelled all this way. So from Melbourne we travelled through the night on the greyhound to arrive early morning before we caught the ...
... a film on our built-in DVD player. This was great... We had the best camp spot in town and it was glorious waking up to the birds singing and watching the ducks bobbing along on the lake.
On our last day in Canberra, we again made use of the free shower at the tourist office before taking a look at Blundell’s cottage, the only surviving building from when Canberra was nothing but farmland and bush. Built ...
... spend a lot of time exploring.
Saturday was spent out at a spot called Kambah Pool. It is also in the limits of Canberra, but is a great spot for swimming and exploring in the area. We headed out with the idea of swimming around a bit, but it turned into an all out adventure. The ambassadors who planned the trip showed us a route to rock hop and swim up the river a bit, which was just an awesome adventure. Saw some more ...
... well done.
The High Court was a short walk from this and we had a good look around it, what a massive place and would be quite daunting for a lay person to be in court there, like the Kerrigans from The Castle.
The Art Gallery was another short walk across a bridge and we saw some remarkeable work, Ramingining artists The Aboriginal Memorial 1987-88,Claude Monet Meules, (Haystacks, ...
... second time we leave the Barossa valley – we could easily mellow away a few more days here.
*Today's drive is a reasonable 550 km east on the Sturt Highway to Balranald where we will camp for the last time. It has been chosen as a stopover place for no other reason than the convenient distance and its small caravan park beside the river. In Canberra and Sydney we have booked B&Bs.
*We pass through an area known as Riverland, with well known ...