The Snowy Mountains are just as exciting in the summer as when they are bathed in white snow of winter
watching the traffic, including a magnificent tall ship on Sydney Harbour, passing below the magnificent Coathanger, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the magnificent sails of the Opera House on Bennelong Point. Standing on the outside deck with our first drinks, waiting for our adventure to begin
Why choose Mendooran for our first stopover? Two reasons, that I know of. It has a friendly country pub with fantastic meals and the prettiest free camp on the banks of the river with basic amenities.
It was a late winters’ afternoon, as we stepped out into the daylight, onto the criss-crossing girders of the arch of the bridge, the rays of the sun were radiating like a fan, through the white clouds, spreading its rays over the Gladesville Bridge and Parramatta in the distance.
professional opal open cut mine, being operated by a corporation
the mine shaft is 3ft x 3ft wide and the rock is bucketed up and then send it to be washed and sorted hoping to find the precious opal.
The Grawin Club in the Scrub, was our first port of call. It boasted a nine hole golf course,with gravel fairways and sand greens, it being highly decorated and being patronised by golfers during our visit.
the sky divers floated through the air and landed with precision, either on the sandy beach or on grassy parkland behind the beach.