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Lake Windamere has only a small area for walking (compared to other State Parks I have stayed at) and is very hilly which gives great views. I only spent one night there but had a long afternoon to explore for spots to photograph the sunrise and sunset. Had a bit of fun with ICM in the bright light of the afternoon.
Still on the same day, after leaving the Black Stump Way I joined the Castlereagh Highway through to Gulgong an old gold mining town west of the Blue Mountains from Sydney. I would love to stop here one day and walk the streets, there is so much history here (for Australia anyway 1840’s to1860’s there abouts). The streets were very narrow and bendy for 2-way traffic and with The Little House in tow quite a challenge to navigate. Didn’t find the caravan park so pushed on to Mudgee a big wine growing area and very popular with people from Sydney for weekends. It’s only three and a half hours away.
Stayed in Mudgee overnight at the Riverside CP which is right in town and handy to everything including the river walk which Flair thoroughly enjoyed after 8 hours in the car.
The next day was only 50km the long way – through Lue and Rylstone to Cudgegong State Park on Lake Windamere (Windamere Dam).