It was time to revisit Bangalow.
Bangalow is about 2 hours drive south of Brisbane and is easy to get to, nice scenic drive once you get over the Queensland/New South Wales border (no passport required!) 🙂 .
We travelled in style, in our Suzuki Vitara, air-conditioning on, music streaming, (plug here:- good economy) stopped for a cup of coffee along the way – just nice 🙂 .
Bangalow is a smallish town with roots that go back to the 1840’s. In those days it was used by timber loggers as a camp.
Bangalow today is much more than a camp for loggers. Its main street is lined with modern cafes and boutique-shops.
And if you are into Organic Produce and Food, this is the place to come and try them.
Did I mention lots of fashion, art, jewellery and other interesting shops!
Visit this link to read about our previous experience in Bangalow:-
Bangalow is such an interesting town, for me, its all about the visual feast of old buildings and seeing the locals and tourists doing their thing.
My wife, well she like all the arty/crafty shops, fashions, jewellery, unusual foods and much more – just to look around and spend a little cash – having a great time!
Her philosophy is that she needs to do her bit, to keep the Australian economy going 🙂 .
I really like to get my camera out, today the iPhone and Fujifilm xt-2 and try to see all the unusual angles.
Just to try and capture the moment – visually.
I’ll put in captions where I can or put in comments where possible.
Worth a visit, it’s in Station Street, runs off the main street.
The Uniting Church is right of this photo.
We had a lovely lunch at the Bangalow Hotel.
Rose had a Beef Burger, salad and chips, I had a tiny bit of Rose’s burger.
Plus . . . .
I had a very yummy salad with goats cheese – highly recommend.
Aurora has lived in this area for about 25 years and has seen Bangalow grow from a small town to what it has become today.
Bustling metropolis it is not, beautiful country town it is 🙂 .
Aurora mentioned that originally the town had shops like the butcher, grocery store and other types of shops that the locals needed.
I found a link to some historic photos of Bangalow – http://bangalow.biz/history/
Have a look at the above link, somethings have changed and some not 🙂
Come and visit my e-shop – it helps me keep my wife who loves shopping and our 4 legged friends Mischief and Charley the cats >< >< 🙂
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