Black swans were spotted on the dam's shoreline. Later we discovered 100's of them on the shoreline of Moogerah Dam.
A 50 min drive through Boonah and along the picturesque Mt Alford road, brought us to Moogerah Dam.
Lovely Laurel provided coffee and delicious lumberjack cake for us to enjoy, as we appreciated the warm sunshine and view.
Jolly Jenny opened the bubbles.
Here's to good friends and good health to continue our exploring.
There was hint of autumn in the air and in the cloud formations in the sky. A perfect day and this was a perfect position for a wedding to be held sometime later in the day.
Refreshed and back in the car, we travelled passed Mt Edwards to Aratula and Cunningham's Highway.Approaching Cunninghams Gap
The sunflowers in the Allora district of the Darling Downs were spectacular.
Our destination for lunch was The Bull and Barley Hotel in the quaint little country town of Cambooya. Built in 1903, it was in the past, one of three pubs in the town.
Next was a visit to Picnic Point Toowoomba, for coffee before the final leg home, feeling blessed to have such good friends, good health and this wonderful country to live in.
Life 'down under' couldn't be better.
I hope you have enjoyed this visit through SE Queensland. I would love to read your comment.