Gundaroo

April 10th, 2019 | Photos

Travelling south from Crookwell in New South Wales to Canberra last Sunday morning, Maggie Somerville and I came across the gorgeous little town of Gundaroo. I had never been there before, and may never go there again, but I am so glad we stumbled upon it last Sunday.

It looked like a perfect place to stop for a break and a cuppa. We didn’t have much luck at the Literary Institute & Library, which is currently being renovated…

…and the picturesque ‘Sally Paskins’ Stores’ also didn’t seem to be offering much.

We had more luck, however, at the Old Gundaroo Police Station…

…now being operated as the Cork Street Gallery – Cafe.

The police cell was an imposing sight…

…and the paling fence looked suitably rustic.

Some friendly locals suggested we check out the Catholic Church…

…just up the hill from the war memorial…

…and we were very taken with Grazing Restaurant and Function Centre at the Royal Hotel.

Then it was time to push on again…

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