Countryman Motor Inn
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... people on a 45 minute walk. It is great to have flushing toilets and hot showers, so we take advantage of them. The next day we set off for the Taronga Western Plains Zoo at Dubbo. After a giraffe encounter, where we get to feed the beautiful blue-tongued giraffes a carrot stick or two, we travel around the zoo enjoying the swimming hippos, the fighting rhinos, the wailing Simarang monkeys, ...
Found a nice little Terramungamine Reserve Free Camp toilets, tables and bins, just north of Dubbo, filled up pretty quick after we took the pictures, seems to be a popular spot, there is ...
... I must have taken 50 photos. Bronwyn had a smile on her face from
ear to ear, she was a very happy lady. We spent about 4 hours at the Taronga
Western Plains Zoo. We then returned back to the caravan and spent the
remainder of the afternoon lazing around watching movies in the air
... loudly. Wayne was first to reach him and helped him up the bank. I examined the damage from the stinging nettle that he had fallen on and Jan got a towelling wipe and some soothing cream.
His name was Joseph aged 5 and his sister Alexis aged 8.
After chatting to Joseph to distract him from his injury, I then walked them back to their parents who were a long way from ...
... area (it is on top of a mountain range after all).
The observatory is open to the public during the day, as they there is very little work taking place in the light of day (obviously) and they don't get in the way.
We see lots of gigantic detector equipment and there is lots of information about the ground breaking, and internationally significant research they have done and are still doing in this facility. ...