Platypus Park Country Retreat
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... and returned to the Barnbougle cottages accommodation for more drinking and poker. In the morning we had a 9:30am tee time at Barnbougle. Although there was some consternation at the light rain when we teed off, it quickly dissipated and we were left to play in dry, but very windy weather. We were given a discount on the normal $110 green fees because the greens were recovering from a fungus and were pretty rough. This plus the strong winds ...
... were quite loud and also running late which delayed our stat at the BBQ. Nevertheless it didn't make much difference as Dad and I had a game of pool which proved very interesting, first we didn;t know the rules so consulted with Chris who told us but we got a few facts wrong and sunk the black ball first which meant that the game was over before it began. Anyway lots of fun. and the dinner was good ...
... dunes! Here is a link to the story:
The day was a warm with just enough wind to make it very pleasant. My playing companion today had a caddy and fortunately the caddy was well prepared with a bug spray. With the very dry summer the flies are hanging around longer than usual, so the aussie salute ( waving your hand to shoo the flies away) was a very common sight. ...
... be seen anywhere else in the world. The guide was very interesting and it was great to see the cute little creatures in the water through the glass. The echidna area was quite different as we went into a room with their natural habitat but also a carpet where they gave them food for us to watch them throw out their long tongues to catch the ants in their bowl. They have become quite accustomed to people and after eating they were quite happy to wander around and be ...
... of the trees showed they were no longer safe. The community was devastated that their memorials would be lost. In 2004 it was suggested that the stumps be carved into a likeness of each soldier. Eddie Freeman, a chainsaw carver from Ross, was employed by the Legerwood Hall and Reserves Committee to sculpt the masterpieces you see today".
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