On the Saturday night my husband and his brother played their guitars while some of us sang and even tried some line-dancing.
We had several day trips to local shops with a few yummy lunches as well. A new diet is needed now!
We visited the Albatross Museum at Jervis Bay, well worth it and not just for the men either. We also had our eight year old grand-niece with us and she had fun looking at all the fantastic aircraft, helicopters and memorabilia.
We also loved driving to several pretty beach towns and fell in love with Calala Bay. We discovered a small inlet that was protected and peaceful. I would love to live there!
Huskisson was also a big hit. A larger town and quite touristy. There were many boats moored on the harbour and plenty of great views for us to enjoy.
I took many photo's of pelicans, they are beautiful and graceful in the air.
Look up Mr Pelican, you are being watched!
I would love to live somewhere like this so I could go for a walk on the beach with my little dog Buster. He would love to play in the water I'm sure.
Kangaroo's were easy to see in the area and this one was just across the road from where we stayed
We called in to Towrang on the way home. It's a tiny area not far from Goulburn. My great-great-grandfather had lived and worked there as a brick-maker. He was a convict sentenced to seven years for stealing a handkerchief. He died there in 1858. Sadly there wasn't much to see but I did take a photo of the little church where he was married.