The medium is the message - visitors outside the Australian War Memorial.

Over the Front, a multimedia display produced by Peter Jackson for an exhibition at the Australian War Memorial. The replica aircraft in flight and sound and light show give a vivid idea of what it was like to fly WWI aircraft.

The Eternal Flame and Pool of Reflection in the courtyard of the Australian War Memorial.

A view along the cloister and bronze panels of the Roll of Honour at the Australian War Memorial. The Roll of Honour records and commemorates the names of Australia’s war dead. Poppies adorn the panels.

As a personal tribute, visitors have placed red poppies beside the names of loved ones.

 

Party time in the garden at the Geoscience Open Day!

Following the yarn bombing trail at the Arboretum.

Meet Percival - a Clydesdale horse. Big day out at the Little Oak Sanctuary Open Day. The animals each have their own personality and no doubt enjoyed meeting new friends.

Big day out at the Little Oak Sanctuary Open Day. The animals each have their own personality and no doubt enjoyed meeting new friends.

Big day out at the Little Oak Sanctuary Open Day. The animals each have their own personality and no doubt enjoyed meeting new friends.

Big day out at the Little Oak Sanctuary Open Day. The animals have their own personalities and no doubt enjoyed meeting new friends as well as all the snacks and treats!

The Jurassic period springs to life at the Geoscience Open Day!

Antiques Fair at the Albert Hall

Welcome to the Elrington Family Hotel. I am in the village of Majors Creek. This restored 1911 railway mail carriage provides extra accommodation. The Hotel building itself is nearby and offers a few more comforts!

I spotted this Peugeot 203 in a side street in the town of Braidwood.

I am at St Stephens Church in the village of Majors Creek - 16km south of Braidwood. Built in 1872, the church is now a popular venue for country weddings. The Pews you see here are handcut cedar and sassafras.