Bit hard to see, but a lad is swinging out on a rope over the water.
Very nicely done.
Black Caviar is a famous race horse, still alive but retired.
We were looking after Dog Jack, so he came along for the ride to Nagambie. It is not a spot I would choose to sit Jack, if you consider what is above you.
One line says "World Record - 25 undefeated starts". Impressive.
I really liked this pelican sculpture.
This is a very flat area within the state of Victoria. Many towns still have their centrally located water towers.
We certainly won't be taking the new car on the road this driver has been along.
There always seems to be a few old cars around in countryside on a fine Sunday.
"Major Mitchell, explorer, passed here, on 9th Octorber, 1836."
The main street is nicely divided by a wide area of grass, facilities and gardens. We lunched at a local bakery. Jack was admired by passing folk and attacked a large dog passing by, while he was tied up. Silly Jack, you are not in a position of power when you are tied up.
Not too far out of town to the north is what is supposedly Australia's only bridge with a curve in it. Kirwans Bridge crosses the Goulburn River and is a single lane width with two passing areas. It was deemed unsafe some years ago and closed, but heavy lobbying by many people resulted in funds being eventually found to repair the bridge.
A very peaceful area next to the bridge.
We followed the signposted Winery Trail. I tried checking details with my phone but amazingly there wasn't an internet signal just a couple of kilometres from town. We found no wineries on the Winery Trail but we had earlier passed a sign pointing to this one.
Oh no, a couple of kilometres of unpaved road. New car, dust, cry.
However, the winery was very good. We sampled some wine and bought three bottles, yet to be opened. R pointed to a spittoon and suggested I spit out the sampling wine. I don't think so, my love.
Everything was well maintained, with this shed full of historic farming equipment.
We were in at least two wine cellars in Europe and I don't remember them being especially cold, but this one was freezing.
A nice sitting out area overlooking water through the bush.
Lovely old hand made bricks at the entrance. It was a longer drive than we thought, but we made good time on the journey home. The next day Household Management insisted the car had to be washed, so it was.