Although I've been home less than a week and being away seems a lifetime ago, you may recall, WM, DD and I took a trip to my parents' place via Nundle last week. Today's post is a little taster of the things that caught our attention; later there will be a post on the woollen mill.
Nundle is a pretty little village and we spent several hours last Wednesday exploring the places that were open but, if your planning a trip there, be warned. Hardly anything is open in Nundle on Monday and Tuesday and only about half the 'tourist spots' are open on Wednesday and Thursday. Everything is open Friday to Sunday.
There are not as many photos as I expected; I think WM was too busy looking to take a lot of photos [unusual for him]. So without any further ado - some of the sights of Nundle.
Firstly, we have the Exchange Store - an interesting looking building from outside and full of new old-fashioned home wares inside. They also sell a wide range of leaf teas [unfortunately, due to hay-fever, I couldn't smell a thing] and other gourmet goodies - jams, chutneys, honey, etc.
Then the eastern wall [behind the altar] of a gorgeous little weatherboard Anglican church. I just love these stained glass windows.
And, finally, two views from the lookout east of the town.
Nundle also has a lovely old country pub [The Peel Inn] but we didn't get photos.