Day 2 – St George

Another great day for riding, even though the morning was a little on the chilly side with only 10 degrees when we jumped on the bike.


By the time we crossed the border into Queensland we started stripping off the thermal liners to fully embrace the balmy conditions.


Jody pointed out that a historic pub established in 1864 at Nindigully was on our way, which is famous for their 5.5kg road train burger (apparently it feeds 1-6 people) – so needless to say we did a pit stop there to have lunch.


When sitting in the warm shade of an old big tree, we remembered how much we enjoyed the balmy temperatures of the north…. Apparently, many caravan travellers get stuck at this place. It is indeed a piece of paradise, with a river just running behind the house – downside is that it regularly gets flooded, damaged or even destroyed (and then rebuilt).


We arrived around 3pm at St George – good tome for a wee rest…


Tonight there is a Rodeo in town! We love rural Australia already!

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