The next morning we drove back into town, parked and walked up to the nearby Tourist Information Centre, which was housed in a small building next to a grand old bank.
Things to do In Charters Towers
A very helpful lady soon had us looking at a variety of options of how to spend the next couple of days. Her first suggestion was to wander a couple of buildings along and head into the CWA Sunday market. So that’s what we did. Karen went in first while I waited outside with Mel. This didn’t mean I was missing out altogether as I could hear music being played from inside. When Karen came out I went in and had a look around. The music was very entertaining and was being played by a large ukelele band.
3 thoughts on “Charters Towers – Day 2”
I love those yellow frames … it seems they are popping up everywhere in SA (usually with a beautiful background). You had really lovely views (even with the bird doing a “photo bomb” stunt 😁).
Charter Towns looks like a place we’ve seen in old Hollywood movies. It reminds me of a scene from a cowboy movie. I liked the murals. They are beautiful.
Thanks for your comment. The murals were wonderful, I really liked the detail from when Charters Towers was a gold rush town. Cheers, Mark