The Cowper-Brushgrove bridge from the lawns of the Brushgrove hotel, with Top Shelf on the pontoon on the far side.
Note the tree debris on the pylons closest.
Top Shelf on the pontoon on the Cowper side.
The lovely old Brushgrove Hotel where we had dinner (and a shower).
Top Shelf all prepared for a very peaceful night.
Taken of the South Arm from a walk up the road.
The old General Store at Cowper. If you look carefully you’ll see a Bankcard logo on the door.
The old church has been taken over by a very gifted woodworking craftsman.
Looking from the Cowper side across to the Brushgrove Hotel.
Tied up on the Cowper/Brushgrove pontoon
Along the riverside.
The eastern entrance to the South Arm of the Clarence.
Unusual house at Lawrence. Looks like it has the machinery underneath it to turn it as they wish.
This is the jetty at Lawrence. We didn’t stop here.
The little township of Lawrence.
Car ferry at Lawrence – it’s a cable ferry.
The car ferry – Lawrence.
Clarence riverside scenery
These gantries were used to load the cut cane onto river barges once upon a time. The birds have now taken them over- see the sea eagles nest on top.