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Wee Waa


The rather nice cotton town of Wee Waa was an essential stop, not just because it has a name that just makes me want to see it.  I knew it had a Royal Hotel … but it looks rather shut.

Cream buns at the local bakery with Queensland style mock cream instead of fresh cream which is usually used in NSW … yum.


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  1. Please tell me you are joking! Yum ... mock cream!! They breed 'em different north of the border.

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    1. No I am not joking. I love mock cream in a cream bun. I only ever eat them in Qld because I don't like the NSW variety.

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