Brayshaws Hut – Settlers Track

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If you walk the 9kms long Settlers Track in Namadgi National Park, which I strongly encourage you to do, you will encounter three old, restored dwellings along the way – Brayshaw’s Hut, Waterhole Hut and Westerman’s Homestead. This review is on Brayshaw’s Hut, the first dwelling you will encounter if you walk the loop walk in an anticlockwise direction, as recommended. Continue reading “Brayshaws Hut – Settlers Track”

The Australian Capital Territory’s Oldest Village

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Cuppangabalong Woolshed

Tharwa is a small village located on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River in the Australia Capital Territory and lies a few kilometres to the south of Canberra, Australia’s capital city and home to The Rambling Wombat!  It is typically just passed through, by visitors, en route to Namadgi National Park or Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve (if you choose to come this way to the latter). Continue reading “The Australian Capital Territory’s Oldest Village”