Beagle Motor Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and pray, need I say anymore. So we decided to push onto the next stop which is another 100km’s. Not overly happy with Mike driving these distances as it’s very strenuous with all the live stock around let alone towing a 2 ton van in34 deg’s heat and road trains overtaking and me falling asleep all the time. Every now and again I give him a slap on the leg to make sure he is still awake. We finally pull up at Dunmarra Roadhouse/caravan ...
... is still on staff and we spend a happy hour reminiscing. I was given a tour of the school and sat in on a Student Council meeting over the air. Thanks Kate for a pleasant afternoon.
Time to move on but before we do we visit the Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts and Cultural Centre which has a rock wallaby sculpture in the grounds. The centre showcases local artists both Indigenous and non-indigenous and we view a number of small exhibitions and ...
We had set our alarm for 5am but somehow slept through it. We woke up to a car coming in the yard, jumped out of bed, quickly packed everything and were ready in 20 minutes. There was only one passenger seat in the truck and the bed. Guess who got the bed...... He didn't even question it. So I managed to get a few more hours sleep and of course, the four hour journey didn't take long at all. We got back to the jungle at ...
... He said he works with the horses most days for an hour for a few weeks before its broken. He has people giving him their horses to break for working purposes as well as horses that people have tried to break with no luck. He later bought another horse out that he'd been working with and showed us how they work to round up cattle. He bought out five sheep and told us and the horse which one they were targeting to separate from the group and the horse went to work ...
... for the amount of time you were in the air. There was also the canoe option but again, it was quite expensive so we decided to walk. Next, we had to decide which of the 13 gorges we would visit. We decided on the butterfly gorge which was a 12km walk. It was quite far and we'd seen on the map that we could drive further up which would take a few kilometres off the walk. It was so hot and the start of the track was all uphill, ...