Rose Gums Wilderness Retreat
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Had a wonderful nights sleep finally until the roosters started crowing at 0430 - didn't see that coming but the grounds were lousy with free range chooks... Never mind, was still able to get some valuable dozing hours in. We headed to Malanda Conservation and Rainforest Centre where they had fantastic displays on how the crater parks were formed, examples of volcanic rocks and their origins, lots on the indigenous history, the ...
... time warp. Track work and points galore. Enough to keep an old railway buff happy! After lunch we set out to do some exploring. Firstly a quick look around the town. Terro needed some fuel so we checked out the servos. Ended up getting fuel on the highway but it was a cent a litre dearer. Form there we drove to Millstream Falls. About three Ks from town down a fairly smooth gravel track. From there we had a zig zag walk down the ...
... Pub which does huge meals at excellent prices. The biggest and juiciest steak I've had in a while. I only managed to eat half. Back through dry cattle country until you arrive at the irrigated plantations of the tablelands. A stop off at Shayla's Strawberries to get strawberries and have sorbet and ice cream. The trip to Cooktown was a lovely break with Ted and Cecily and now we can say we have done the ...
... fresh produce just the regulation crocheted tea towels and jams and chutney. I did get a bright pink rashie for my SUPing. Next up the hill and on to the tablelands. It's a beautiful part of Queensland with rolling hills, lush pasture and ****** roads but the views are lovely. Lunch of a ploughman's platter at Mungalli Creek Biodynamic Dairy. Their Greek yoghurt is divine and Brad enjoyed his cheese and mine from the platter. Next on to Ted and Cecily's at Jaggan. After setting up and ...
Rained fairly heavily overnight but has eased off this morning, still cool but we are hoping for a good day so that we can wander around the Herberton Historical Village the largest museum in Queensland. We are at the gate of the Village by 9am and pay our entry fee, are given a very good briefing by the curator, Judy and head off to see all the exhibits. There are over 50 buildings on the 15 hectare site and we can't believe how many objects they have managed to ...