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Warrumbungles 1

I've been trying for years to get Ian to go to the Warrumbungles near Coonabarabran but it never seemed to eventuate.  So being the navigator on this trip I found we just had to take the slight detour into Coonabarabran where we camped the night.  The morning started cold, wet and cloudy. I feared we had missed out again but we headed out that way just in case and to my joy the cloud lifted.


  1. Hi Joan, I just love the Coonabarabran area and so to see your photos of the Warrumbungles will be beaut :D)

  2. Haven't been that way myself, but the landscape looks wonderful.

  3. It is a beautiful area but it sure can get cold.

  4. I love rocky formations like this, especially when they are surrounded by thick vegetation. Great shot, Joan.


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