!!!!!!!! Please do this in small print Rob. hahaha
been reluctant to publicly share this camp-ground, as you get exclusive use
once booked. We had a great turnout of 22 campers enjoying a very relaxing
arrived about 7.30pm Friday night to a well lit up campsite and roaring
Joyce used the meet for a stop-over on their trek from Ballina (NSW) to
Adelaide and back home following the coast. It was their first meet and Max
had a grin from ear to ear the whole weekend. Like all new members at meets,
they were amazed how complete strangers could get along so well.
unusual to share the campground with 200 freshly shorn sheep. Had to laugh
when around 11pm both nights, the campfire ambience turned into a farmyard
orchestra. Full moon brought out the warbling magpies, the sheep baa-ing,
and the cow’s bellowing.
so much room, the campers spread out enjoying their own space. We had a few
show and tell’s over the weekend with an array of cooking and camping
gadgets on show.
Saturday night was spent dining under the corrugated verandah with some
delicious camp oven cooked meals and desserts on offer.
enjoyed the sounds of raindrops on the canvas early Sunday morning. By the
time campers got out of bed, the sun was out drying the canvas.
was a very relaxing meet and a pleasure to host, with most only driving 1 to
2 hours to get to camp.
Rick & Cindy