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... up camp, we rode the bikes into town along the riverbank to Rio Vista, the 1889 home of WB Chaffey, and the Regional Art Gallery. The river traffic is quite constant and varied here, with paddle steamers, houseboats, and small boats negotiating the locks. We loved this place and will hopefully return for a longer stay.
Leaving Mildura, we stopped at Trentham Vineyard and roadside fruit stalls. We drove into Hay and then visited the excellent ‘Shear ...
Saturday 22 August We keep finding better ways to get into town. This morning we managed to travel most of the way on bike paths. We headed straight for the National Gallery and spent several hours wandering through different exhibitions. First we found our way (eventually) to Colour My World, hand coloured photographs. I still think Denys should exhibit after seeing this. Enjoyed most of them but Denys’ are definitely unique. Then there was the entire collection of Sydney ...
... about our Genesis students. Nearing the end of our 20 minute wait, 3 gentlemen who work for Thrifty and were waiting to catch their flight to Rockhampton commented about how exceptional the students were in waiting patiently.
Next we boarded the plane…
Let me tell you about the different experiences the adults experienced on the flight. We can categorise the trip into 2 groupings, the business class group and the rest. Eight ...
... upstairs to the old heritage and history of the company. With independent cheese makers all over the valley the decision was made to bring them all together for the greater good and it certainly worked. There was old merchandise, machinery and equipment to look around with models of current mechanisms you could mess about with as well. It was a pleasant stop off but with free cheese tasting in the cafe it was always going to be the main attraction! We helped ourselves to the ...
... the interactive Discovery Centre. We learned about life in the trenches in the First World War, flew a helicopter in Vietnam, found out how people were helping on the home front in the Second World War, played spies in a submarine and then learned about the role of the armed forces in various peace keeping missions. We all a dressed up as part of the adventure and the exhibits were outstanding, with personal stories and items everywhere. We only had time for a quick look at ...