A Top Drop, But Not Today

Western Queensland Road Trip Square Tops Challenge #12

The signs at the turn off to the Nindigully Pub weren’t encouraging.

But Mr ET wasn’t going to be put off that easily. We continued down the track to the pub, which has been sitting on the banks of the Moonee River since 1864. There was no one about – only nine people live in the town of Nindigully.

It was looking more positive up on the veranda…

but even though the sign said “Happy Hour” there was no beer.

The pub was closed!

We’re definitely going back to Nindigully once the travel bans are lifted.

While our travels are on hold, I’m joining in every day with Becky’s April Square Tops Challenge over at The Life of B. The rules are simple: photos must be square and fit the theme word “top”.

44 thoughts on “A Top Drop, But Not Today

  1. Oh no, how disappointing. You have to go back as it looks such a great place, so much character. And the name of the place is typically crazy, Nindigully!


    • That day we only drove down from St George so it wasn’t a great distance and we were on our way to Thallon to see the silos. It’s about four hours from home so when we do go back it’s not a huge trip. It will be worth the effort. πŸ™‚


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