We travelled through more rich farming land with contented cattle and sheep and deep green wheat fields and bright yellow rape crops. The further south we drove the busier the roads became. While we might have had one or two vehicles overtake us in two or three hundred kilometres, we now have a rush of cars roaring past us.
Stopped at Boorowa (right in the middle of sheep country) for a late lunch and then onto Cowra.
While Cowra does not have the charm of Forbes, it does have beautiful blossom trees – pink, mauve, white and red that create a magical streetscape. Onto the Japanese Gardens which are as beautiful as we remembered them. Every part of the gardens has been meticulously designed and prepared for a visual feast.
Camped at Gunning Showground for a quiet night.