Wednesday 24th JulyCool night down to 5 degree, but a hot day. This must be a warm winter that we are having. Today we are off to the Boolboonda Tunnel. The tunnel is located on the way to Mount Perry. Why are we going to look at a tunnel you may ask? The Boolboonda Tunnel is the southern hemisphere's longest hand cut unlined and un-supported tunnel. So truly an engineering masterpiece. It's 192m in length and can either be walked or driven. It was originally built in 1883 for the railway line between Mt. Perry and Bundaberg to service the copper mines, but it is now home to a colony of bent wing bats. Then it was back to Gin Gin to the pie shop to get me a pie for dinner and Clive also bought me a match stick and a cream and jam bun. Yummy!! Around 5pm we had over half a dozen kangaroos come to visit, eating the fresh grass.