New Year’s in Nowa Nowa

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K on Highway One at sunset in Nowa

Nowa Nowa is a lazy town in Victoria on Highway One with a river, a caravan park, a pub across the road and a population of 144.

We came for two nights and stayed four when we met a friendly extended family from Gippsland. They hosted us for New Year’s on camping chairs outside their caravan. We chatted into the wee hours about campsites and blogs and dogs, while the kids slept and we listened to free live music from the pub across the road: a perfect way to ring in the New Year.

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Next stop, Melbourne (for trailer repairs). Then we’ll make our way to Deaf Games in Adelaide, via a National Park somewhere . . .

 

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Author: sarahklenbort

I'm a Sydney-based writer, casual academic, mum, former president of the P&C, and founder of Auslan Afternoons, a play group for parents of deaf children who are interested in learning Auslan.

2 thoughts on “New Year’s in Nowa Nowa”

  1. Great to see what Highway One looks like in Nowa Nowa and to see K there. Happy New Year to you all! Oh, and now I know you’re heading for Melbourne, I understand your direction of travel must be anticlockwise …

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