Saturday, 12 March 2016

Leering at Learmonth!

After lunch, we left Beaufort and made our way through a few smaller towns - including Chute, birthplace of Cyril Callister, who invented vegemite!

Much later in the day we detoured into Learmonth, where we had briefly visited at the end of 2014 during our first caravan trip.

We finally dined at 10:00pm on that occasion so didn't try to view the lake. Hah - we wouldn't have seen much even in daylight. Signage on this visit advised there hasn't been any water since 1996! All the warning signs for the baths remain in place though, which looked funny against the sandy flats.

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