Said to be an aboriginal word that means bend in the river. Here we have a tidal river that can still suffer from serious flooding. The volume of water flowing from a flood can mean wet feet for the people at the Pub and some living nearby.
The bridge across the river was here but the only part left now is the supports still in place on the northern side. Now a newer and higher bridge is down the river a bit and the highway bypasses a lovely small town. The only traffic is locals and a few travellers who know about the place.
There is a nice park and facilities for boating. The Pub is popular with quite busy sessions. A good place to drop in for a great meal and a drink to wash it down. Travellers who are customers of the hotel are welcomed and free to spend the night in the grounds. RVs need to be self contained and must not unhitch.Read more