out towards Barry’s Way, the unsealed road crossing the snowy
from Victoria into New
winds its way right past the Snowy River, marking the border between
Victoria and NSW
are in proliferation as the wedge-tailed eagle glided above us searching
from this ridge is such a great spot for lunch
eucalyptus lining the unsealed road is so typical of this part of the
The Snowy River hydroelectric scheme at Jindabyne was nearly sold off by
Government into private hands, until yesterday (2nd June 2006)
the relief of Jindabyner’s
CANBERRA – AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
like a small Welwyn Garden City (the new town close to us where we live in
but only 150,000 live here, so it felt a bit dead,
the middle of the CBD on a Saturday night!
The National Museum was wonderfully
engaging, specially the introductory Circa show,
The many faces of today’s Australian citizens, and how they need to
find an identity.
The Australian War Memorial Museum was
recommended by friends,
were not disappointed to learn so much more about the Japanese bombing
of Darwin and Australia’s part in the 2nd world war
The road to Sydney takes us via Fitzroy Falls, ancient river bed formed
of the ice
ages, is in the NE corner of Morton National Park.
We didn’t have time to do a long
here, but the Blue Mountains are similar,
shall be back!