Rainbow Beach has two caravan parks and is surrounded by Queensland National Park’s three most popular camping grounds. They are favourites of generations for good reasons
Have you visited Pinjarra, near Mandurah, only an hour south of Perth? And did you know Australia had another Murray River? Pinjarra RV Parking Area in Western Australia is a free camp and within walking distance of the town centre. You’ll find picnic tables, shade and the dump point is about 100 metres away. Additionally, it is pet friendly and there is room for Big Rigs. There is space for 15 recreational vehicles, with a maximum stay of 24 hours only. There must be 5 consecutive nights between any of your stays here. Where to eat Make sure you stop at Pinjarra
Have you heard of the Helidon Spa?
Once the largest pool in the southern hemisphere, this water based tourist attraction was built in 1959.
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
Quorn is the home to the Pichi Richi Heritage Railway experience. It is well worth a visit by vintage train enthusiasts as there are a number of different trains to travel on from March until November.
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