Heatley and I at Clarke Lagoon Wildlife Reserve VIC Free camp after free camp, sculptures, pub trails and history… The Great River Road in the Upper Murray, crossing Victoria and New South Wales, is a must-do! Lake Hume – Great River Road VIC I first heard about “The Great River Road” as we picnicked at Khancoban, New South Wales and stopped at Corryong, Victoria, last month. We saw the infant Murray River at Tom Groggin Campground in NSW’s Kosciuszko National Park. What a great decision it was to return home via the Murray, from Tallangatta through to Towong. Here’s what
Courtesy Castran and Dinner Plain Polo We are just back from Dinner Plain in Victoria and I want to go back for their awesome Easter events: live music, egg hunt, music trivia, scavenger hunt, Omeo Rodeo and polo at Cobungra Station… Courtesy Castran and Dinner Plain Polo In fact, it would be bucket list material for us to get to what they say is Australia’s longest ever running polo event, with a 34 year history. Cobungra Polo – picture by Charlie Brown We’d also love to visit the venue itself, one of Victoria’s largest and history laden cattle stations. Cobungra
What kid doesn’t like a pedestrian suspension bridge? You know, the type that you can jump on and the bouncing freaks your brother/sister/mum out whilst they’re on it, too!
Pioneer Bridges free camp Victoria Pioneer Bridges is a spacious waterside free camp, conveniently close to wineries, with beautiful stands of trees. Pioneer Bridges free camp Victoria Pull into this lovely campground and you can choose from a waterside spot near the bridge, to a spot in a shady grove. There is plenty of room. In summer, I’d be cooling off with a swim under the bridge. Its the perfect spot to launch a kayak from. Any season, just pull up a chair and watch the Ovens River go by! There are toilets, as well as a firepit, lots of
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