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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 ...
Last leg of our trip home. On the road again. Cruising along nicely and all,going well. The country side is very very dry. We got held up again just north of Bowen as there was a truck roll over. The trucker ended up with a broken leg so was lucky. And lucky for us there was a side road right near the accident so we were able to go around and only had to wait for a ...
... 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 ...
... went right down round the bend, where we couldn't see them.
With the last load of washing done, I found a track to gingerly climb down the steep river bank, what a little piece of paradise, some fallen trees in the water, a splash of green ferns all the way down the bank, that the Fairy Wrens love to frolic in and the river looking like a mirror, reflecting all that grows on the banks.
I found an easier way up, I ...
... 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 ...