Friday 19th JulyWe drove to Gayndah today and arrived about 11.30. The countryside is pretty but very dry. We took a detour into Mundubbera to see the Big Mandarin and also a 360 degree mural called 'Meeting Place of the Waters Mural'. Mundubbera means 'footsteps in the trees' or 'meeting place of the waters'. The mural features the meeting of the Boyne, Auburn and Burnett Rivers and the native flora and fauna found in the area. This was painted in 997 by Rain Hart. White settlement began in 1848 with 4 stations. Next stop was Jaycee Park which is located about 2km from Munduberra on a hill. This park is home to the famous Black Stump. A plaque and the history and botany of the famous Knobby Tree is also located in the park. An actual live specimen is located about 4.5km further down the road on the left hand side heading to Ganydah. Now onto Gayndah. The park we are staying at is about 750m from town's main street. Easy parking of the van or is Clive getting better at this? It was cold here last night, so we are expecting it to be cold again tonight. No TV reception at all so out comes the satellite dish. It only took about 10 minutes to get the right co-ordinates, so all good. Clive explained about the Skew, Azimuth and Elevation to me.