wandering through this comprehensive coverage of Australian workers through their unions and organisations from the late 1880’s to the turn of the twentieth century.
an entire wall devoted to individual characters and told their stories, including aboriginal stockmen and their women and children who worked the homestead, gardens and looked after the children. European graziers and stockmen, the women, who worked alongside them or
A late afternoon river cruise was the prelude to a lovely evening, even though the Thomson river water was dirty, nature worked its magic and gave us some spectacular reflections and colours.
Opened in 1971, Griffith Pioneer Park Musem was established by volunteers of the Griffith district and is still run with the help of volunteers. With over forty exhibits, featuring replicas of buildings as they stood in times gone by.
was extremely interesting as the airline struggled for years to survive. Trying to attract customers and win contracts from private and government business.
Locals donated machinery, trucks and farm pumps, engines and tractors, and endeavored to bring to life, by painting and restoring old and unused farm memorabilia. We visited the machinery mile and reminisced about the farm machinery and old trucks
Sunday morning brekky at White Elephant Cafe, with this magnificent view and a great menu, heaven
Sunrise over Bay of Islands as we sailed into the Bay, followed by a dolphin watch cruise
What better way to experience Sydney Harbour on a beautiful sunny day, than a ferry ride across the Harbour to Many