We left beautiful Seymour on Tuesday morning and travelled up to Cobram. Our plan is to spend some time exploring the towns along the Murray River. Tuesday night was spent at Cobram Willows Caravan Park. It was very pleasant and this was the 5 th night in a caravan park. Parked next to us were… Continue reading Kerang free camp.
The Historic Bridge Seymour spanning the Goulburn River. A history lesson to keep the grey matter active!😝 The Goulburn River is Victoria's biggest river which flows through New South Wales and Victoria and is part of the Murray-Darling Basin. The Goulburn is 654klms long and begins at Mount Matlock which is situated in the… Continue reading Goulburn River
Today we headed off into town to find a dump point and laundromat. To my surprise, just near the tourist information centre I saw this helicopter in the sky. On further investigation I found the 'Welcome to the Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Walk"The wall holds the names of all Australian personel and tracker dogs who served during… Continue reading A Memorial to the Vietnam Veterans
Where did that week go? We had a nice stay in Hay NSW. After a few days of 33 deg Celsius the rain came and cooled us down. It was heavy rain and I am sure the farmers had a grin from ear to ear!Although it was a relief from the heat it meant the unsealed… Continue reading Living the Dream!
The things we never knew and how they made a good life from bad! Thank you Hay community for preserving this history and sharing it with the wider community.
A monument found near the Hay Showgrounds this morning. Interesting!
Today was an R & R day. We vegged most of the day. Pepe came about 2 ish and we went for an hour stroll along the Murrubidgee, under the bridge and back to our camp.Just before dinner another caravan pulled up to our rear, sort of side on. We are now watching his TV. It… Continue reading Lazy day
This Magpie was very friendly. It allowed me to get within half a metre from it and I didn't even have any food.We are still relaxing beside the Murrumbigee River at Hay. Our front yard for the next couple of days. The camp filled up last night and by mid morning their weren't too many of… Continue reading My name sake
We walked over 8 klms today. We left our camped, walked into town and visited the Hay Gaol. A very interesting place. It was established in 1878 and has been used as a gaol, maternity hospital, hospital for the insane, compound for prisoners of war during WWII (Japanese & Italian) and finally a maximum security… Continue reading Hay
On our way to wherever we were heading we came across Binalong. What a quaint little town! John Gilbert (a bushranger, who was part of the Ben Hall gang) was buried just out of town 150 years ago. So, the Binalong community is celebrating. On the road again and we travelled to Mirrool. Found a free… Continue reading Happy Travels