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Cute isn't it.  But it isn't real, it was a movie set apparently.  I wondered if the old caravan nearby was the trailer for the movie stars.


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  1. That's a really cute church/house. There are certainly lots of interesting structures around.

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    1. Yes heaps. That is the charm of the place, if you aren't really interested in digging or noodling for Opals.

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  2. And even they did not have to take their rubbish away! I guess they are out the back-o-bourke! Literally ...

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    1. Not quite out the back-o-bourke, not that far west.

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  3. I do agree that is quite a cute church,,, probably not very practical in the heat... but cute nonetheless.

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    1. Well it is not actually a church, it is a movie set. I looked in the window and it has junk in it, like any blokes shed.

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