Sunday, August 5, 2018


Our host at Scotts Head had recommended that we visit the small town of Bowraville on our way to Nambucca Heads so we decided to check it out.

Lots of curves but a pretty drive.

We arrived about noon. This is one of those country towns where you can turn a bullock dray around in the main street.

Old pub.

Covered footpath. Rain can be very heavy in Oz and shade is very welcome from the strong sun.

A Military Museum named after a Victoria Cross winner, Frank Partridge.

The old Post Office.

Former petrol station.

Interesting broken window.

Old petrol pump.

The wide main street. It's very peaceful and quiet. 

The picture theater that fell into disuse but was restored.

Click on the photo to enlarge it if you cannot read the sign.

It was a lovely little town and we were glad that we visited.

We bought a couple of pies and ate them by the river. The pies were good.

Marianne should notice the cows to the left of the photo. Flooding is very common in the area and this low lying area by the river would probably be under water.

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