Kosciuszko National Park: Road Trip Day 1 & 2

Over the next few days I am making my way up to the Snowy Mountains in NSW for a long weekend to get away from the hustle and bustle of Melbourne.©BMHPhotographyTheGardener’sNotebook2016The first night I drove 2 and a half hours to Euroa which was our first stop on this trip. Euroa is a small remote country town north-east of Victoria Australia. We stayed at The Terrace Bed and Breakfast which  is a self-contained cottage within walking distance to the town centre and most importantly the pubs!
We had dinner at the Seven Creeks Hotel which the food was extremely good.
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The next morning we packed our bags and where on the road by 7:30am. We had a 5 hour drive to our next stop which is Thredbo Village. Along the way we stopped by Glenrowan which is a small town off the Hume Freeway, 16 kms south of Wangaratta. We stopped to have a look at the Seize site where Australia’s famous bushranger Ned Kelly was shot and captured.
©BMHPhotographyTheGardener’sNotebook2016Before we set off on the road again we came across a shop playing old Australian music. The rustic appearance caught our attention so we decided to go in and get ourselves a hot drink. We met a old lady who was telling us to have a walk around town and to come back and try some of the hot scones she had cooking in the oven. But with a long drive still ahead of us we ended up hitting the road again. Maybe next time we will try some of the scones.
©BMHPhotographyTheGardener’sNotebook2016After a few more hours of driving we made it to Dead Horse Gap by 1:30pm for a quick photo of the valley. We where roughly 20 minutes out from Thredbo village which was our final stop for the next few days.
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