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Oct 22, 2016 - Wangaratta

22nd October - Wangaratta and the tres pretentious Milawa Gourmet Region… This morning it was Amulet Wines for some of their cider. They make a red and a white … The red is interesting and the sales lady was waiting for me to describe how it felt on the palate (wet) and could I taste the Muscatel??? Err ahh Oh yes there’s a hint isn’t there… Would you like to come in for lunch today, we have an excellent menu featuring local produce…. So can someone tell me where you get Flathead locally??? I bought some of each…. Then it was into...

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Apr 7, 2014 - Warby Ovens National Park

07/04 –13/04 Still in Victoria and it has been raining for 3 days and nights solid drenching rains. We are camped at the Warby-Ovens National Park just out of Wangaratta. This is a newly created park in 2010 to enable the shire to protect the beautiful Iron Bark trees and Redgums. This area was open for logging in the depression years and wood shipped to Peachellba to be transported to Melbourne. Then the two camps held 40 Italian immigrants each after WW2. We have had the camp to ourselves for the past 6 days and it has been glorious. A...

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Dec 21, 2010 - Wangaratta

14th December. On the road again this time we are heading for Wangaratta, we passed through a lot of flood damaged country, It is sad to think of all the crops and animals that have been affected. We had planned to stay in a 24hr stop, but ended up staying at the Cedars C.P. in Wangaratta, we booked for two nights, it’s a nice small park with good amenities. 15th December. Today we are going sightseeing with Sue and Alan we have decided to go to Paradise Falls, Brown Brothers Winery, a cheese factory and Glenrowan, well we kind of got...

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