“Let’s drive to Porcupine Gorge!” is my contribution when friends and visitors want to experience synaethesia. I have found a ‘Shangri-La’ at Porcupine Gorge and I love to share this peaceful, untroubled, hidden retreat with everyone, even if it means enticing lost German backpackers by cooking for them and introducing them to my youthful colleagues with whom I teach at Hughenden State School.
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Flo and Simone would not have visited the gorge without my recommendation. In the postcard they sent from New Zealand, they say that of their one-year study stay in Australia, they had their best time in Hughenden. Rebecca, one of the youthful teachers, received a birthday visit from the continental backpackers while in Brisbane and next time they are planning to meet in Germany. This is all because of the gorge.
AAOD Journal Issue 2 (2004) – pages 48 to 56
By Bradley Barratt
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