This is a small national trust town about 30 km from Mudgee and is not unlike a good city restaurant-everything is closed on Monday. It is also known as the ten-dollar town, being Henry Lawson’s birthplace.
We strolled around the streets, peeked in windows and even looked in on the “living memorial” to this great Australian writer’s life and times, but only from the outside.
That’s life. Tomorrow we head to Tullamore leaving central NSW behind for now for the west.