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Kandos


We are moving on from Rylstone to its near neighbour Kandos. The two towns are just 7 kms apart and often spoken of together but are each very different in character. Kandos nestles at the base of the Coomber Mellon mountain range which dominates the landscape.

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  1. The geography around all these towns are amazing. The town looks cute too.

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  2. I love a nice entry piece to a little country town.
    This one is lovely.
    Warracknabeal has a really good sheep one.
    http://www.travelvictoria.com.au/images/warracknabeal/photos/007.jpg

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  3. Letty, that link won't work for me ... a shame, I like your links they are interesting.

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  4. it's a really good site.
    we used it to learn about vic towns when we were looking to buy a house.
    Lots of photos.
    http://www.travelvictoria.com.au/

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