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Sydney to Yass

Monday 11 September 2017

We were up early as today were were going back to the caravan park to pack up and continue our journey south.

We were on our way to Yass at about 9:30 am via Delhi Road, then the M2, M7 and the M31 - better known as the Hume Highway. The exit from Sydney is very easy and the traffic was fairly light. We stopped for fuel and lunch at the Marulan Service Centre, before continuing on to Yass. The caravan park at Yass is operated by the local Council and is very tidy with good facilities. While we did not manage a drive-through site we did get a very long site the enabled us to stay hitched up for the night.

The park is quite close to the Town Centre so we walked in to Yass to see the sights and go to the local Woollies for a few supplies. Yass was first settled in 1835 and has quite a few old buildings. Like most towns on the Hume Highway Yass has been bypassed and has very little through traffic.


Spring blossom in Yass.


The Yass River from the Hume Bridge.


More spring blossom in Yass.

Posted by TwoAces 21:31

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