I would stop for oyesters! Love oyesters; love any kind of seafood. And cheese as well.: )
Good on you, love oysters myself.
Oysters... of course!!! Dear me... : (
Oh this looks like a fun spot! Love the cow on the restroom door:)
Cute isn't it - was surprised to see it on the door.
How could you NOT buy cheese, in a town known for its cheese? [slaps forehead]
Well it's like this - we have cheese not too far from home called Ashgrove cheese.https://www.ashgrovecheese.com.au/
I would have at least bought a little cheese! It's a nice place.
It is nice there, we called into the shop area but declined the cheese.Have a post from 2015 and I purchased Lavender Cheese.http://whiteangels-thoughts.blogspot.com.au/2015/01/ashgrove-cheese-farm.html
It is a really pretty area isn't it? And in winter at least, delightfully green.
Lovely driving down that way, it was a place we hadn't been to before.
New South Wales must be the state of iron bridges.
Must be because they have a few of them.
Not a place I can remember ever going through but that means nothing many places I don't notice while travelling
That sometimes happens one doesn't take too much notice of towns you are passing through.
Another place I've never been that still seems familiar... Any wine to go with the cheese?
No they didn't have any wine, sure we could have found some though.
Interesting history to this area.Bodalla cheese I think is now owned by the people across "The Ditch"!!!I love their brand of cheese - always with the Bega one in my fridge.The countryside looks fantastic............no wonder the dairy cows producesuch wonderful milk and cheese.CheersColin
I believe Bodalla is associated with Fonterra that NZ Company and I expect.Like Bega Cheese and we also have Ashgrove cheese from Tasmania :) Beautiful country through where we went but of course we didn't see the best of it.
Yep I forgot the name of that delicious Tassie cheese - ASHGROVE.Now that is really a cheese from "heaven".Colin
I wouldn't be able to resist at least one purchase ;-)
:) Always good to taste is cheese.
You should go into advertising. These pictures are marvelous.
Thanks Martin.Suppose when you come to think of it, few of my photos have in the past ended up somewhere in a few Travel Brochures and other 'things' here in Australia :)
I could not have resisted the cheese and the seafood.
Like both Wong. We come across all kinds of food when travelling.
I LOVE cheese I would have had to buy some.Merle...............
I can understand that.
Hello Margaret,So nice and special to see this kind of houses and that impressive bridge with many steel. Good shots!!Greetings, Marco
Several bridges are of steel in certain areas of Australia Marco.Thanks.
There is no shortage of places to spoil one's taste buds.
You certainly are right on that one.
You could have taken advantage of it the rest time and take an appetizer of cheese accompanied of the drink.Kisses
We could have had a cup of coffee or tea there but it was early in the morning.
stunning place!my kids like cheese ,either i don't mind pizza with cheese but had bad experience of swallowing melted cheese once so just being extra careful while looking at the menu
Expect you the cheese was too hot, not a nice thing to happen.
last photo is remarkable dear Margaret!
Nice drive down that way.
Drinks throughout, I love the landscapes.
The place looks lovely and pretty factories and outlet on cheese! I also liked the waterway and landscape view
sounds delicious place, I like both cheese and seafood.
I've worked in a cheese factory, it's quite an interesting job. Learning to wrap the great blocks of cheese for export so that no air could enter and cause mould was a bit of a challenge. once a day a random block was chosen and the wrappings tested with a liquid dye. If it penetrated the wrappings the person who'd wrapped that particular block was instructed to be more careful.
Such a great post! A lot of thanks for sharing.
I love cheese, think I would have bought some!All the best Jan
Cheese is my weakness. My car would have turned in there by itself to buy some!