Grand Canyon of Australia

Capertee Valley  is know as the Grand Canyon of Australia and the towering scenery shows it all. I came to know Capertee Valley when I was searching for a place somewhere in Lithgow to visit for a weekend getaway.  It caught my attention when my search in the web pop up with the word “Grand…

South West Slopes of NSW

Visited places during the trip:  Blue Mountains, Bathurst, Abercrombie Caves, Blayney, Carcoar, Cowra, Young, Wyangala Dam. That was another interesting adventure we had!  We reached the town of Young,the cherry capital of Australia and experienced cherry picking in the farm of Ballina Clash.  Also, we explored the Abercormbie Caves as well as the rich history…

Trip to the South Western NSW

Visited cities and towns during the trip:  Goulburn, Yass Valley, Temora, Griffith, Darlington Point, Yenda, Narrandera, Leeton, Yanco, Wagga Wagga, Gundagai Griffith is one of the cities located in south western New South Wales.  It hosts the Annual Griffith Festival of Gardens featuring The Real Juice Company Annual Citrus Sculptures, a unique exhibition in Australia…

Exotic Animals, an Encounter

It was my first time to encounter these animals from a wildlife park in New South Wales.  We visited the park called “Altina Wildlife Park” located in Darlington Point last October 2015 about 615 kilometres west of Sydney or six and a half hours drive by car.  We were told by our tour guide that…

Central Tablelands Adventure

  Visited cities and towns during the trip:  Lithgow, Bathurst, Mount Panorama, Orange, Wellington, Mudgee, Gulgong, Rylstone, kandos. This was a weekend adventure to the Central Tablelands of New South Wales.  The trip was into the city and towns that includes Bathurst, Lithgow, Orange, Wellington, Gulgong, Mudgee and Rylstone, and exit to Bilpin. On the…

Canowindra Balloon Challenge

Visited Cities and towns during the trip:  Blayney, Carcoar, Canowindra, Eugowra, Forbes, Parkes The event is held annually in Canowindra, New South Wales, a township that had already earned the title of being the ‘Hot-air-ballooning capital of Australia’ and is 30 kilometres north of Cowra. Canowindra became world-famous in 1955, when a 360-million-year-old fossil was…