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Goulburn River

Soon we see the drive is winding along with a river.

We have been passing through Goulburn River National Park on the left and Wollemi National Park on the right.  I have previously shown photos in the Goulburn River National Park entering from the Mudgee side.


  1. I like the way the river shaped the sand.

  2. Lovely scenery but I thought it would have been a bigger river.

  3. Diane, this broad sandy banks seem to be a feature of this river. It is not particularly big or long. Apparently is starts near Mudgee and joins the Hunter at Denman.


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