Thursday, 22 June 2017

Bodalla, NSW

We came past Bodalla which has Cheese!  Yes, the town known for Cheese, Didn't buy any though.
Just passing through :)


Cow on the door of the loo which was being renovated.








47 comments:

  1. I would stop for oyesters! Love oyesters; love any kind of seafood. And cheese as well.

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  2. Oh this looks like a fun spot! Love the cow on the restroom door:)

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    1. Cute isn't it - was surprised to see it on the door.

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  3. How could you NOT buy cheese, in a town known for its cheese? [slaps forehead]

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    1. Well it's like this - we have cheese not too far from home called Ashgrove cheese.
      https://www.ashgrovecheese.com.au/

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  4. I would have at least bought a little cheese! It's a nice place.

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    1. 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

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  5. It is a really pretty area isn't it? And in winter at least, delightfully green.

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    1. Lovely driving down that way, it was a place we hadn't been to before.

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  6. New South Wales must be the state of iron bridges.

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  7. Not a place I can remember ever going through but that means nothing many places I don't notice while travelling

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    1. That sometimes happens one doesn't take too much notice of towns you are passing through.

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  8. Another place I've never been that still seems familiar... Any wine to go with the cheese?

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    1. No they didn't have any wine, sure we could have found some though.

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  9. 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 produce
    such wonderful milk and cheese.
    Cheers
    Colin

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    1. 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.

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    2. Yep I forgot the name of that delicious Tassie cheese - ASHGROVE.
      Now that is really a cheese from "heaven".
      Colin

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  10. I wouldn't be able to resist at least one purchase ;-)

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  11. You should go into advertising. These pictures are marvelous.

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    1. 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 :)

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  12. I could not have resisted the cheese and the seafood.

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    1. Like both Wong. We come across all kinds of food when travelling.

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  13. I LOVE cheese I would have had to buy some.
    Merle...............

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  14. Hello Margaret,
    So nice and special to see this kind of houses and that impressive bridge with many steel. Good shots!!

    Greetings, Marco

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    1. Several bridges are of steel in certain areas of Australia Marco.
      Thanks.

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  15. There is no shortage of places to spoil one's taste buds.

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  16. You could have taken advantage of it the rest time and take an appetizer of cheese accompanied of the drink.


    Kisses

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    1. We could have had a cup of coffee or tea there but it was early in the morning.

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  17. 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

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    1. Expect you the cheese was too hot, not a nice thing to happen.

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  18. last photo is remarkable dear Margaret!

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  19. Drinks throughout, I love the landscapes.

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  20. The place looks lovely and pretty factories and outlet on cheese! I also liked the waterway and landscape view

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  21. sounds delicious place, I like both cheese and seafood.

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  22. 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.

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  23. Such a great post! A lot of thanks for sharing.

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  24. I love cheese, think I would have bought some!

    All the best Jan

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  25. Cheese is my weakness. My car would have turned in there by itself to buy some!

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