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A PUB OF SORTS WITH THE LOCAL LADS



well it’s not a pub as such but i can dream .. i would love to be sitting at a bar with characters like this to chat to .. Bush ballads and tall tales told with our usual Aussie flavour of cheekiness , more than likely politically incorrect with a good old smattering of colourful language to help paint the picture of Aussie larrikin life ..


this pic was taken in Gunning .. Gunning is a small town on the Old Hume Highway, between Goulburn and Yass in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia, about 260 km south-west of Sydney and 75 km north of the national capital, Canberra. The Gunning region was originally home to two Australian Aboriginal language groups, the Gundungurra people in the north and the Ngunnawal people in the south.

Its main streets were built very wide, for the time of horse and bullock-drawn wagons


In 1865, Bushranger Ben Hall and his gang held up Kimberley's Inn. Bushranging featured in the Southern Tablelands till 1865 and Gunning is famous for two murders (before 1850 )


It has been claimed that Gunning is a word, either in the Gundungurra and Ngunawal language, meaning 'swamp mahogany'.


it retains much of its historical features and has some beautiful rides around the area . ❤️❤️👌🏾👌🏾


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