The place we chose is [ here ] and is what I posted about that time.
Merredin is small town in the Central Wheatbelt of Western Australia, about halfway between Perth and Kalgoorlie.
The first European explorer into the area was the Surveyor General J. S. Roe, who travelled through the region in 1836 but was not impressed by its dryness and the low rainfall.
The town became first known as a stopover on the way to the Goldfields of Kalgoorlie.
Australian Gumnuts which we saw along the way.
It was about this area where we began to see water pipes which carry water from Perth to Kalgoorlie.
The Merredin District Hall.
Parrots at sunset. Might have to enlarge the photo.
Spent the night here at a Free Park, and caught the sun as it was setting on the gumtrees.
The scenery was the same as the photo all the way to Kalgoorlie.
Merredin on the right of the map.