Irene is walking to the shops past the old dwelling we live in. It’s more than 100 years old, one of the oldest in town. It was a bakery for many years. Then the current owner operated an antique shop, but has retired and it’s only open Monday and Tuesday. We currently rent the other half and operate a printing business. There are less than 600 homes in Cundletown, we know that as the butcher regularly engages us to print and deliver his specials on a flyer. I print 600 and have a few left over. So the population of our town would be about 2,000, probably much less. The Manning river runs past Cundletown, which is why my site has many Manning river pics.
The Dawson river divides us from nearby City of Taree, New South Wales, Australia.