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Tim the Yowie Man

Nobody knows the Canberra region like Tim the Yowie Man.

Current view of the south facing wing of Gungahlin Homestead with its bay windows.

Tim the Yowie Man: Stately secrets

Flanked by towering century old elm and oak trees with almost complete canopy closure, this is as grand an entrance as you'll find in Canberra's suburbs.

To access the notable snow gum in the middle of Glenloch Interchange, you need to first negotiate this tunnel.

Tim the Yowie Man: Roadside Relics

In this second of a three-part series which shines the spotlight our region's roadside treasures, Tim the Yowie Man reveals significant natural relics located within just metres of two of Canberra's busiest intersections.

1839 convict built stone bridge at the Derrick VC Rest Area.

Tim the Yowie Man: Roadside Treasures

In this first of a three-part series which shines the spotlight our region's roadside treasures, Tim the Yowie Man discovers the relics of a convict camp, located just metres from the Hume Highway near Goulburn.

Ken Helm gives cheers to the arrival of the Batemans Breath at his Murrumbateman Vineyard.

Tim the Yowie Man: Summer saviour

When the calendar clicks over to March later this week, there will undoubtedly be a collective sigh of relief around the Canberra region. Phew! One of our hottest summers on record, if not the hottest, will finally be over.