Countryman Motor Inn

Address: 47 Cobra St, Dubbo, New South Wales, 2830, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on 47 Cobra St, Dubbo, is near Western Plains Zoo.
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      Day 23, First Day at the Dubbo Zoo

      A travel blog entry by ligtrek on Jan 04, 2015

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      Western Plains Zoo - under the Taronga Park Zoo umbrella and had a variety of animals on display..
      We all had our favourite animals, mine were the rhinos, Sara's were the Mongolian horses and Sumartran Tiger, Hallie's was the lion, Guy's were ...

      Leaving the Pilbara-Monti Cristo F/S to Hervey Bay

      A travel blog entry by chick-a-loopa on Dec 08, 2014

      Woke nice and early and on our way to see Brett n Fayzie. Had some ceral for brekky then hit the road. Arrived on the 2nd Dec and stayed with Brett n Fayzie for 4 nights. Did some yard work to help out went out for dinner, swam in the pool, Fayzie won a ham from the Sportmans Club so that was awesome. Did some driving around and looking at a lot of the sites H/B has to ...

      Day 2 - On the road again.

      A travel blog entry by aussieowls on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... be taking north tomorrow towards Hervey Bay. Using the Wiki Camp app on the phone we identified a free camp on the Condomine creek smack bang in the middle of the darling downs.  Lucky the app has a “find me” function because I’m not sure I could have navigated this far off the beaten track. But, I diligently followed the directions, left ...

      Day Thirty

      A travel blog entry by austtravel on Aug 28, 2014

      13 photos

      ... dry them.
      We went for a walk down the bank to the river and walked along it to a line of very interesting looking rocks, that formed the boundary of a private property down to the water, from his fence that stopped higher up on the bank.
      As the ************* my MacBook Pro died last night, I had to get on to Ed's to update my blog after which we cooked our main meal for lunch and sat and dined in the sun.
      I ...


      A travel blog entry by kktravel on May 30, 2014

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      ... technically and artistically - well worth the stop.

      We stayed overnight on the highway North of Wagga

      The next stop would have been Cootamundra (had a museum to Sir Donald Bradman) but it was so foggy could only see 100m ahead at times so went onto Cowra.

      They had a magnificent Japanese garden dedicated to the close relationship between Cowra
      During WW2 Cowra had a prisoner of war camp holding about 2000 Italian, 2000 Japanese and ...