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What a little gem which houses the biggest military collection outside the Australian War Memorial in Canberra. Spread over 2.5 floors (no lift) it takes a very long time and you still wouldn't see everything.
I would highly recommend asking the staff if there is a particular region or time period you are interested in.
Wonderful piece of steam engineering of days gone by, Quaint little steam loco for kids and adults alike to ride on and admire the smell, hear the steam and hissing sounds and enjoyable carriage ride in beautiful Park in Maryborough Qld.
This is an exceptional piece of history and a real credit to the tireless work of volunteers and a dedicated curator, Ken Brooks. Ken showed us around, answered all our questions and told us so many stories to make this family come alive again. A real gem!
Not a great statue to our eyes but then we're not of the right age, nor have we even seen the movie. But nice to see a small town honour a favourite daughter (the author - who was apparently born in the adjacent building). Also look out for the cutesy traffic lights.
Portside restaurant is fantastic. Menu is so diverse and the service is very quick and professional. The food has subtle and distinct flavours. The building is lovely and has a nice view over the Mary River. Had a great lunch there eating the food recommended by the team, drinking the beautiful local lemon lime and bitters.
I was with a tour group who were privelleged enough to be led through the Gallipoli to Armisice Military Trail but one of the founders, Greig. He is extremely knowledgable and passionate about history and this project. Every aspect has been very well thoughtout and the result is an extremely moving monument to humanities darkest hours.
These markets are held every Thursday. Quite a small market but there are some unique items for sale. All very reasonably priced as well. I would have purchased a lot more than I did but was limited as I only flew with hand luggage. Some nice natural skin care products, beautiful beach bags at the same stall. Fresh fruit and veg at ridiculously cheap prices. Worth a visit.
We will do this again and again and again, Tracy was the ultimate guide, informative, genuine, interested in us, passionate about the history of the area and quite clearly a lover of her job. Thank you for a great couple of hours.
We just happened to visit on the day that the new 3 million dollar waterpark was officially being opened. Probably a bit of a cool time if the year but the children certainly didn’t seem to mind. The park is lovely with so many facilities and in such a pretty area. We had walked up from the wetland area and were astounded as to the numbers of birds. There were families feeding the ducks and geese, having a wonderful time. The park has playground equipment for the young and older age group days well as a swing for the disabled. There are picnic tables and bbqs and there are lots of great big shade trees which must be a bonus in the summer months.