The flowering gums in Mogo car park are magnificent at Easter. I've shown these before, but always worth a return look.
The locally made wood carvings in the main streets of Mogo and Moruya are magnificent. I was most negligent in not stopping to notice the details of the carver, but will do so next time.
This old tractor sits looking rather sculptural on a block near the car park.
The exit from the Moruya River to the sea
This house, visible from Larry's Mountain Road, off the Princes Highway to the north of Moruya, sits on the banks of Mullenderee Cree...
Jackie runs a terrific shop at Mogo, called Revamp, Reuse, Upcycle. She sells old wares to reuse, Australian made chalk and milk paints f...