But this also means that the vast majority of the less-populated landscape goes largely unfrequented.
Country towns rarely have drain-inclined residents. It's just a statistical rarity. As a result, locations are well-preserved and even more enthralling.
Exploring this country town's charity shops, I also picked up $300 worth of Levi jeans for $7 and a $400 pair of firefighting boots for $60. Respect for country towns: +1.