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Warwick to Goondiwindi

Day 73 - Monday 8 September 2014

Forecast for Warwick was intermittent clouds and 20 Degrees, while Goondiwindi was sunny and 26 degrees.

Frosty will be pleased to know that we were up early this morning and on the road just before 9:00 am. Our trip today was a modest 200 kms, stopping at Oman-ama for a coffee, then again at Inglewood for newspapers. We arrived at the Goondiwindi Top Tourist Park just after noon and checked in for one night on a drive through site. The caravan park has a dam at the back of the park which probably explains all the warning signs warning of snakes.

After lunch we drove into the Town Centre for fuel and a look around.

Site 78 at the Goondiwindi Top Tourist Park

Site 78 at the Goondiwindi Top Tourist Park

The Dam behind the caravan park

The Dam behind the caravan park

A Cormorant dries its wings

A Cormorant dries its wings

Beware of Snakes - the signs are everywhere

Beware of Snakes - the signs are everywhere

Gunsynd - The Goondiwindi Grey

Gunsynd - The Goondiwindi Grey

Bridge over the McIntyre River

Bridge over the McIntyre River

Goondiwindi Main Street

Goondiwindi Main Street

Victoria Hotel in Goondiwindi

Victoria Hotel in Goondiwindi

Full Moon - but a tripod would help

Full Moon - but a tripod would help

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