Rose Gums Wilderness Retreat
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... away, as it often can’t compete with the fig. This will leave a hollow bit where it used to be, which in itself makes fig trees look pretty cool. But something else happened with the Curtain Fig – at some point the host tree fell over and so the fig went with it. The fig continued to send down its long roots an the Curtain Fig was created – a quite bizarre-looking tree. Nature is cool.
In Yungabarra, we went platypus ...
... don't worry, he said, I bumped into one last week and it didn't mind. He showed us the function room he'd built by hand and the hitchin' rail - a plinth of reclaimed wood nailed together, where he holds weddings.
Dave: I got bitten by a taipan so I walked the five kilometres home as the cramps and sickness started. The wife asked what was up and I told her, a Taipan got me! Well, she went bonkers, but I treated it with a cold shower and the best night sleep I've ever had.
... t show were the 14 speed humps on the road! Needless to say, we have since explored a bit and found another road, albiet slightly longer and via farming land rather than the national park, that is better for both car and caravan.
Our original two night stay has already been extended to four days, initially by need but now just because it's so nice. On the first afternoon it rained, and I mean it ...
... to be done. By that time, the wallabies are ready for their next feed and have already hopped out of their sleeping pouches and bouncing around Leanne's room. As a day out Leanne and her son took us on a special trip Caving. I had it in my head that this meant you dig for crystals! How wrong I was. We drove about an hour away to a town called Chillagoe. We took in some of the history which was fascinating as it had once been a huge gold mining town until three of the ...
... little soggy fluff ball. It looked like a little donkey more than a calf but with the sweetest face and a pink nose just like Babe the pig. It was going dark as it was 6:30pm so we only got a little glimpse of this one. We waited to see if it could make it to it's feet and see if it was a boy or girl. But, despite the little ones attempts, it just kept dropping back to the ground like Bambi on ice. Today, Monday morning, I went down with Lisa and we got to see the ...