We left Wallabadah and headed towards Quirindi, the hub of the Liverpool Plains Shire and 354 km north of Sydney. The hills and valleys around Quirindi offer some of the most picturesque scenery in NSW. We went up to the lookout where there was a 360* view.
|Looking over Quirindi and the Liverpool Plains|
|Overlooking The Great Dividing Range|
|Charles checks out the signalman sculpture|
Next to the Werris Creek station is the 'Australian Railway Monument' dedicated to the men and women who lost their lives in the course of duty whilst working for the railways.
There were interesting sculptures of railway workers surrounding the monument. The artist was Dominique Sutton
There are over 2700 names inscribed on the walls. There were three of these trenches with a wall for each state.
It was time to head back to our motel at Tamworth after a big day exploring the surrounds.