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8 Ball Aitken

10 hours of music at River Heads Rocks

8 Ball Aitken The Rolling Stones Experience is coming to the Fraser Coast…. Another fantastic band not to be missed Miz Bully Band are heading down from Darwin, bringing their soulful songstress Miz Bully to set the scene. Held June 26, come along to Fraser Coast RV Park for camping and dancing under the stars. There’s 10 hours of music – with five bands including 8 Ball Aitken, Miz Bully Band & Rolling Stones Experience.  On Friday 25th:  Limited camping sites will be available for the event, usual check in time after 2pm – set up camp – relax around your camp fire (there

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Wellington Dam Mural - image Taj Kempe

Collie Mural Trail a must see!

Wellington Dam Mural – image Taj Kempe Visitors are flocking to the south-west town of Collie in WA to see the State Government’s $1.5 million Collie Mural Trail, including the biggest dam mural in the world. The Collie Mural Trail town walls include 16 town murals. Fifteen Western Australian artists and one from interstate were selected to paint the town murals with their designs including references to the history of Collie, Aboriginal culture and the natural environment. The centrepiece of the trail is the Wellington Dam’s impressive 8,000 square metre mega-mural being painted by Australian artist Guido van Helten. The

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Rod and Pam Elkington
Life on the Road

An ANZAC Story: Push to the Bush

Rod and Pam Elkington On April 15, Pam and Rod Elkington will set out on an outback trip with a difference. Along with other veterans they will visit remote towns and tell them about ANZAC Day.  “When we first started Push to the Bush,” said Rod, “Wyandra had 15-16 kids in the school and we marched on ANZAC Day. There were whole heaps of mums and dads asking questions – turns out they weren’t alive when we came back from Vietnam. “It was the whole family – so we’re actually getting two chops at the cherry!” That was 16 years ago,

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Toogoolawah Showgrounds
Budget Campsite

Choose your spot at Toogoolawah Showgrounds

Did you know at Toogoolawah Showgrounds, you can park anywhere you like? And they are community run, not by council but by the Show Society? We spoke to Bill, who sometimes helps out the caretaker, and knows the area, just north of Esk in the Brisbane Valley, quite well. He said you can choose your spot – “all 40 acres – we’ve had nearly 400 caravans here once!” It only costs $20 a night and $3 for the dump point for non patrons. He pointed at the yards, near the entry, “They have a campdraft there every year, plus rodeo

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Oatlands Heritage Highway Information & Historical Society3

Add Oatlands Historical Society Museum, Tasmania – to your list!

by Leisa Cooper, CAMPS Researcher Whilst out checking some sites and taking photographs of the Southern Midlands of Tasmania, I came across the Oatlands Historical Society Museum at the entrance to the town.  The museum doubles as the town’s Information Centre and is a treasure trove of the area’s history. Expect to spend lots of  time here fossicking amongst the amazing displays of photographs, newspaper items, books, and items of historical significance as well as a large collection of military memorabilia. The museum also offers you the “Oatlands Key” which allows access to historical buildings in Oatlands including the 1829

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Twin Towns RSL Club

Local Icons – Twin Towns RSL Club

If you have visited RSLs in NSW you’ll know that most of them are small community clubs. Not in Tweed Heads, NSW. With their history, closest from the border for Queenslanders wanting to play the pokies or visit other NSW freedoms at the time, you are looking at a six-storey high building big enough for 750 cars to park underneath! Their RSL members celebrated a club anniversary in 2018. After a recent $20 million redevelopment, you can dine at one of seven restaurants, stop at four bars, with a huge selection of live music and performers, plus dance floors with

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Wagga Wagga Riverside Redevelopment Stage 2 Concept
Family Friendly Fun

Wagga Beach Caravan Park has closed

  You may have noticed Wagga Beach Caravan Park (NSW site 555 in Caravan Parks 5) is no longer open. Here’s why! Site clearing works currently taking place at the riverside precinct mark the beginning of Wagga Wagga City Council’s Riverside Redevelopment – Stage 2 project. Riverside – Stage 2 will rejuvenate the entire precinct – from the beach carpark through to the former St Michael’s Oval – in line with the principles of the original Riverside Strategic Master Plan developed in 2009. The redevelopment will include food and beverage outlets, event spaces, and a water and adventure playground, and

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Hop on a Cotton Picker - for free!

Hop on a Cotton Picker – for free!

South of Moree, and north of The Pilliga in northern NSW, a town well worth a stop is Narrabri.  Take the Narrabri Region Visitor Information Centre, for instance. Not just your regular info centre, inside you will find a giant red cotton picker that you can climb into and “operate”! Our kids loved it, and still remember the experience. The cotton display is a must do, you’ll also find local produce, local attractions – and when we were there last they produced a guide just for kids on the region. Very much appreciated! More things to do in the area: Next

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