Menindee still

Kinchega National Park

Sleeping room to spare!

Today we rambled over the tracks in Kinchega National Park which sits just outside Menindee along the Darling River and beside the Menindee Lakes system. The lakes are very high after the flood and many of the tracks are closed as they are still covered with water. Birds everywhere and the bush is very green, with some flowers making early appearances. Inspected the old woolshed here for a while before having some bbq snags for lunch beside the lakes. Pretty chilly day and another cold night coming up, skies are a clear deep  blue which really contrasts with the red soils and green plants. We head off tomorrow for a couple of nights on a farm stay a little further downstream. Have attached a photo showing our sleeping accommodation which is very cosy, Russell has the top bunk and Leanne the more enticing lower level accommodation. There is supposedly room for a third person in here, but I’m not  quite sure where she would fit in, at a squeeze she would probably fit into the top bunk ok.

About allthegobro

I am a retired accountant who does a bit of consulting work from time to time. Leanne and I enjoy travelling around seeing the world and we are now going to have some fun recording our experiences in this blog

Posted on June 11, 2011, in Darling RIver Run. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hi there guys – have enjoyed reading the blog – especially laughed at the conundrum (Burke & Wills)! Very cold here too but at least we have a heater!!! I’ll bet the motel felt 5 stars Leanne? Enjoy we are thinking of you…Cheryle xoxo

  2. Libby McConochie

    It’s pretty chilly here at home too, although no where near what you must be experiencing!! Enjoying my warm dressing gown and a hot cup of coffee at the moment :o)

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