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Sunday, August 6, 2017

Mataranka

Up the highway is the wonderful Mataranka. Famous for their thermal springs. We stayed at the Homestead, just a short stroll to the pool.
Boy it was soooooo relaxing!

Pretty walks....

Lots of wildlife. Beautiful Whistling Kites overhead.....loads of birds....these gorgeous critters...

Yesterday we were visited by peahens.....the Mister showed up later.

We have enjoyed more wonderful food here, great live entertainment too. We were enthralled by this young Aussie world champion whip cracker.....amazing!
Mataranka is also famous for being in Never Never country.....more next post! Yep there's more.
Namaste and Blessings Michelle xxx

11 comments:

  1. The thermal springs look amazing, I bet you were both relaxed after a good soaking. You are having some lovely visitors to your camp site. Looking forward to the continuing travels.

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  2. Wonderful Michelle, wish we could get together to compare photos, you are sure giving me itchy feet again. We love this country.
    Travel safe.
    Hugs R.

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  3. Lovely. The thermal springs look lovely. Could do with that today as it's a little chilly here. Hugs, xx

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  4. Interesting.....thermal springs would be so relaxing!

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  5. I love thermal springs... been a whilse since I had a good soak..
    Hugz

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  6. Soooooooo lovely photos, Michelle! I LOVE thermal springs!!! Kisses, my friend.

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  7. Have fun exploring - a genuine whip cracker?? better bring him back for the SAL.

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  8. I found the audio books so I will listen to that next. No luck with the movie at the library! So sad about Gaye, it's hard when special friends pass on...
    Hugz

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  9. Oh love this place !! I was lucky enough to grow up in Darwin and had friends who lived in Katherine !

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  10. How I would have loved seeing the whip cracker! My grandfather died long before I was born, when my mother was only 5, but her older sister remembered him "making his bull whip sing" and I would have loved to see someone do that.

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