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... reached the max speed down the long straight (by the way the speed restriction is 60 km/hr.
It gives you an appreciation how hard the course travelling as fast as they do particularly coming down the mountain through the S bend near the top
From there we stopped overnight at a place just North of Bathurst called Macquarie Woods (No 856 in Camps 7). Really impressed - had a huge grassed area for caravans and 3 sets of toilets dispersed around the grounds. Had ...
... named Honkers). A perfect day finished up with a trip to Dubbo Target so the kids could spend their birthday money on Nerf guns/cross bows. Of course Harrison shot one of his darts into a tree so there was a fair bit of tree climbing to retrieve things. Leaving Dubbo tomorrow for our next destination....Warrambungle Ranges to camp in the National Park and do some ...
... whistling skills, then there’s me sitting there blowing air. Anyway, I decided to leave after about a month, I didn’t mind the work, but I didn’t enjoy living at the house, also **** went down at the Chinese restaurant as well.
I started working there a week after I arrived in Narromine. It was run by a couple from Hong Kong, they could barely speak English, so I had to try to speak Cantonese with them and I was horrible at it. They also had a few ...
This morning we had an early start. Got up and dressed, had a quick breakfast before heading out. We were driving in convoy to Dubbo. After a quick round of photos we all climbed in, Paige and Roxton went with Liz and Les and then we were off. We drove through Morula the home of Sydney's Harbour Bridge granite then on through Mogo a historic gold mining village then to Bateman's Bay where we crossed over the Clyde river before turning onto the B52 Kings ...
... It was great to be able to get out and walk up to take photos when we saw any of them close enough, a beautiful Zoo were the animals roam in huge enclosures. I did get a photo of a baby White Rhino, only born in May this year. A tiger was sound asleep under the trees and most of the animals were lying down. Getting hot for both them and us. Saw some great animals and managed a few photos.
Watching the Giraffes and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSundowner Aberdeen Motor Inn Dubbo
Arrived around 5pm.
Reception was quick and informative. Our room is perfect for our needs and at $129/night probably the cheapest we could have found.
We can walk to he centre of town within 5mins.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.