I was just about to ask how is Mrs H's knee - you know you could have gone down by yourself and she could have waited in a barMy office today was day 3 of our Rona Road Trip.
First stop, Hinze Dam.
View from the visitor centre from the west of the dam wall.
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You’re free to walk across. So we did.
Looks much the same from the east.
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One for the engineers and mega-structure enthusiasts:
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Then it was off to Purling Brook Falls.
I imagine it would be spectacular after a good drop of rain.
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From top to bottom, 106 metres.
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You can hike to the bottom where there is a viewing platform and picnic area. It’s a two hour round-trip over tough terrain.
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As readers of my trip reports will have guessed, Mrs H used her “dodgy knee veto” to kill off my hiking ambitions.
They don't put it in the Rose section but closer to the Pinot Noir. But it is a wonderful glass. I used to imbibe at the upmarket Feathers at Burnside but they ran out a few months ago and so was surprised to see it is available at Henley Beach in a much less glamorous setting but the view to die for. And about $4 a glass cheaper. Happy camper.A Rose by any other name is still a Rosé.
Ah, spent one Bastille Day dinner here a few years ago.