Saville Park Suites Hotel
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... cars and going for days. We opted not to perhaps unsurprisingly as the one that had interested us; the walk to the most southerly point, was about 18km. Instead we sent to local birds crazy (some grabbed on to Vicky) with bread, drove up to a lookout point on the side of a mountain and then retraced our steps out of the park to Foster which sits about twenty kilometres from the entrance. We pottered around the small town and for what feels like the hundredth time topped up the petrol. ...
What a great (and cold) day!
This morning the ECC students woke up to -6 degree morning, giving us the true Canbarian experience we were looking for.
To make matters worse, we managed to lose power for a few hours the previous night so it was a little chilly! However thanks to the handy man skills of Mr Prigg, power was ...
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PEOPLE AND THE LAND
Canberra is respectful of their land by recycling computers, electronics, cardboard, scrap metal ect. There are greens teams and people who speak up and take action about the ongoing environmental issues. In Canberra there is deforestation, air pollution, water ...
Hi everyone We have held off doing the blog until we finished our time in Canberra. Canberra was part holiday and part helping our nephew Paul prepare to move back to Western Australia with us. From now on we will put the blog together every day or so to keep you posted on how things are going and where we are. We left Perth 4th April at 9.15 & travelled as far as Yellowdine, which is just a roadhouse, but we found a good bush camp over behind the pipeline out ...