Couldn't resist this cute Tasmanian Devil.
We seemed to pass through many areas called 'mount' something or other but never saw any mountains :) that's the nature of Queensland.
Near Mt. Kynock Queensland, a new road on our way to Crows Nest Queensland, where we stayed a few nights then Goomeri which we drove through onto Gayndah in Queensland.
Crows Nest is a town in the Darling Downs region of Queensland. It's a unusual rural town serving surrounding rural district which produces beef and dairy cattle.
The town's uniqueness is a combination of it's celebration of Jimmy Crow, an Aboriginal named by early settlers who lived in a hollow tree. It's the only town in Australia named after a local Aborigine.
Crows Nest has a population of just over 2,000 people.
When we arrived in Crows Nest at the Caravan Park we were told the the town was on level 4 water restrictions which is not good, it was then we realised the severity of the drought.
Near Mount Luke Queensland
Our caravan and vehicle in the Caravan Park at Crows Nest Queensland.
The little lake in the caravan park.
Shopping area and post office.
The mural is on the side of the service station.
Below a rest area in Gayndah.