Distance: 306 Km
Fuel: 32 L
Left this morning just after 8.30am, easy pack up because there was no TV aerial to take down – according to my app the nearest transmitter was over 60 km away so I didn’t bother putting it up.
The sat nav took me to Dubbo on the main road but then decided that a country road was quicker than the main road to Cowra. Fine by me, usually less traffic but on the downside few rest areas. Looking at the map the difference must have been marginal. When you take into account that these back roads tend to wind more than main roads thus keeping to the speed limit is impossible so any time saving is probably an illusion but it was a nice drive.
I stopped at a small town called Yeovil (one pub, one store) and bought a coffee – which was very good.
Didn’t stop in Canowindra because I was there not that long ago (>>>Click Here<<<) but continued on to Cowra again a place I am familiar with.
Chose a caravan park about 3km out of the centre of town and after setting up went for a drive for fuel and a look at some of the attractions.
First visit was to the WWII POW camp where the infamous Cowra Breakout occurred when Japanese prisoners attacked the guards and tried to escape or die in the process.
Next stop the Peace Bell.
Finally a trip to the Bellevue Hill lookout in the centre of town.