Nindigully Pub

We spent yesterday wandering the streets of St. George, checking out the river and the local shops. Made my usual lucky purchase (on special at less than half price and then they knocked another 20% off) Gees Melva, I saved more than I spent! We visited the local Bakery for lunch then did some grocery shopping before heading back to camp. Did the usual caravan park thing (laundry, showers and filling the water tanks).

Our camp at Nindigully on the banks of the Moonie Creek

This morning we hit the road again but this time just down the road to Nindigully Pub Freecamp. Didn’t take us long to travel the 48 kms down the highway. We found ourselves a spot in the sun and enjoyed just basking the time away. A few photos of the birdlife before turning our minds to reading and other catchups. No service here (or TV thank goodness, I’m safe from Home and Away) A very cool breeze came up in the afternoon so we retired to the Sprinter to await Dinner at the Pub.

A juvenile White Necked Heron enjoying the view

We headed up to the pub (another claiming to be the oldest pub in Queensland first licensed in 1836) for our much anticipated meal. Sadly the Crispy Crackling Pork Belly was better on the menu than the plate but at least we didn’t have to cook it. The place was certainly full and we enjoyed a glass of wine before heading back to camp for our Port, then Drambuie and chocolate for our evening nightcap.

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