A little east of Warragul is a town called Boolara in the picturesque Gippsland country. We had been home about two months when this shot was taken by Rosemarie's brother, Merrick.
Gives you some idea of how cold it can get though it is unusual for it to snow this much.
As it's a panoramic shot, you'll have to click on as this only shows about a third.
The building was originally constructed for The Bank of Australasia circa 1878; but now it houses the Gazeteer, the local newspaper. It's directly opposite Queens Park and is a part of the historical tour of the town that you can take if you get a map from the local tourist information centre.
There you can find out all about the significant local architecture and their historical origins.
I was uncertain whether to put this under restaurants or not as this is the park where we ate lunch. Having been advised that the Old Post Office was THE place to dine we were left out on a limb (sorry, couldn't help myself) when we found it was closed on that particular day (Tuesdays) and we end up amongst the trees and flowers adjacent to the railway station, a Victorian Heritage Listed building in its own right.