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Cue

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    Cue

    April 19, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 17 °C

    Cue is a heritage listed town. It has some magnificent old buildings that have been restored to their former glory. We had lunch here in a shady park and chatted to some Shire workers who were setting up a new "Welcome Park" for tourists. A welcome park is a day use area where you can park up for the day and top up your water tanks. One of the men suggested we visit a Place called Weeli Wolli Spring Not far out of Mt Newman. Gina Rinehart has a big mine there which she is de-watering and is pouring millions of litres of pristine water daily into it. He said it was an idyllic spot and perfect for a swim.
    After visiting the Info centre we decided to drive out Walga Rock, Dalgaranga Meteorite Crater and the ghost town of Big Bell.
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    The Gypsies

    Lunch time in Cue. Sat at the bench in the park and ate ham salami and salad wraps.

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    The Gypsies

    Cue Police Station. Restored to its former glory

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    The Gypsies

    Rush hour in the Main Street of Cue

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