Days 15, 16: to Bungendore and Canberra

These two days were mostly ‘transfers’. We took our time driving to Bungendore, stopping for coffee, lunch, etc. Stayed at the Showgrounds in Bungendore – fair enough, old but clean facilities, plenty of level areas, other campers, but not crowded. $20 per night.

Thursday we headed to Canberra and booked into Epic. There’s a very good bus service from Epic into the city so we spent the afternoon wandering around the city, checked out the Craft and Design Centre then back home to get ready for dinner with our friends Brenda, Owen and their daughter Diana and hubby Chris. Over a meal at a Vietnamese restaurant we caught up on a lot of news, not having seen them for many years. Drove back to Epic and settled in for the night.

The camping area is very large, and pretty full – really it’s just a caravan park. The amenities block is clean and costs around $35 a night.

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Aren’t these the coolest tea cosies? at Craft and Design Centre

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If you are feeling generous I’d love it if you made me the yellow chook tea cosy. Seen at Craft and Design Centre.

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