Dubbo Rsl Club Motel
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... is buried at Cowra
You could visit here every weekend and would see a different character in the garden - many locals have an annual pass
Heading north to Bathurst we stopped overnight at Carcoar Dam (no 453 in Camps 7) - pretty place with grassed areas to park near the dam and good toilets
The next day we went through Bathurst and onto Lithgow
We used the caravan as a base to visit Katoomba - did all the rides at Scenic World (Cableway ...
... marriage), but they had a fall out for some reason and that he worries about her a lot.
Things got weird and I started to notice how much Kelvin drinks. He’s always drinking, and if it’s not busy at work he’d go drink at the services club across the street until Mandy calls him for an order. Mandy also told me some of her side of the story, how Kelvin gets grumpy when he’s drunk, yells at her, not functional, unable to work, so when ...
... go into Dubbo for a walk in the afternoon. Firstly we went past the visitor centre to pick up a pin and then went for a walk along the river and onto the Dubbo zoo. We saw plenty of kangaroos on the way and after a good walk made it to the zoo to check out the entrance area and the monkeys on the islands in the lake. Plenty of interesting turtles in the lake that had their shells covered by moss!!! Had a quick power ice-cream break and then went off to the ...
Left Coonabarrabran, 7.30am on our way to Dubbo, 31o forecast, so will get the trip finished early. Booked into the Big 4 Caravan Park at 9.30am. Set up and realized if we want to see the Zoo tomorrow we need to book to see the Big Cats Encounters, Giraffes in Focus, and Wild Africa Encounter. The Zoo is 2 minutes away, so we drove to it to buy the tickets we will need.
Well there were hundreds of cars and people around and ...
Left Central West Region very early on a beautiful frosty morning with the ground covered in white arriving in Dubbo at 9:30am. We met with the MQR team receiving a warm welcome and big hug from Julie. Phil and Rod sat in on the session with Phil coming in whilst on holidays. (Thanks Phil for showing such commitment to the SES) The session was very informative for the MQR and EAM ...