Travel Blogs from Corryong, Australia

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The Random Factor, Corryong, Australia travel blog

The Random Factor

A travel blog entry by scottwoz

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... shitting ourselves at the prospect of a sudden unexpected encounter with a seven foot roo. Just then we saw the lights of Corryong. The relief was like morphine. Out of every place that offered lodgings, just one had a room. It was their last ...

Corryong - Sydney Or The Bush., Corryong, Australia travel blog

Corryong - Sydney Or The Bush.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... Syd & spouse Kim, but it is also conveniently situated to the picturesque pass over the Snowy Mountains to Canberra, Australia's Capital. Syd & Kym run a travelling Australiana show visiting schools and country shows. They were due to put their ...

One night in Corryong, Corryong, Australia travel blog

One night in Corryong

A travel blog entry by willndebs

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... we realised that we would be travelling for an extra week at the rate Bumblebee takes to get up those hills! Ended up in Corryong staying at a nice little campsite that looks like it has been here for 200 years - the ads in the laundry block certainly ...

Thredbo-Corryong, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Thredbo-Corryong

A travel blog entry by ffedith

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Camping beside The Murray, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Camping beside The Murray

A travel blog entry by mactracks

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... again. Albury is a great place, and one we will return to at another time. We decided to take the longer, quieter road to Corryong, and this turned out to be the right choice as it was beautiful scenery, and hardly any cars. We hugged the Murray all the ...

The beginning of the Murray, Corryong, Australia travel blog

The beginning of the Murray

A travel blog entry by johnnox5

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Two day blog for this entry. Travel day - Canberra to Corryong. Time to move on from Canberra. We have all had a great time with the boys even sad to be leaving. Aidan and Michael both say they will probably live here one day - Aidan when he becomes Prime ...

Where the Murray Starts, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Where the Murray Starts

A travel blog entry by veronicas

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... and clean and clear. The lushness of the velvety countryside is just indescribable. The Colac Colac Caravan Park is just south of Corryong and the only other A Vanners there had arrived the day before. It's a beautiful park, even more than last night's ...

Corryong, Corryong VIC, Australia travel blog

Corryong

A travel blog entry by car167

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... in Corryong. Stayed at the Mt Mittamite Caravan Park – a blast from the past for sure – the locals of Corryong are a very welcoming community and the local Lions Club which only has 10 members catered for the bashers with a roast ...

Colac Colac Caravan Park, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Colac Colac Caravan Park

A travel blog entry by veronicas

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This is a beautiful little park and, right now, it looks like a Swiss village with little chalets everywhere. While most of the group went off to the start of the Murray on Day 2, I stayed with the three dogs on the trip. Cody wanted to box with Monty ...

Man From Snowy River, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Man From Snowy River

A travel blog entry by coswecan

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Arrived in Corryang for Man From Snowy River Festival stayed in stock yards with Pete & Trish & Jan Dave & Oscar. Went out to watch re enactment it was excellent the horsemanship was unreal. Back to camp & good nights sleep. It was none ...

Snowy Mountains Scheme, Towong, Australia travel blog

Snowy Mountains Scheme

A travel blog entry by wherrol

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WOW, this is a magnificent free spot to camp. Lots of green lawns, the back of the van almost hanging over the Murray River, which rushed past. The only catch is that folk had their dogs off their leads and they seemed to be running everywhere. One day ...

Corryong, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Corryong

A travel blog entry by ian-tracey

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... Lake Hume, round passed to Tallangatta, pausing at old Tallangatta, which went under water, when they increased the size of the hume dam. From here, we then went straight across to Corryong, settling in at the Mt Mittamite Caravan Park at about ...

First night, Walwa, Australia travel blog

First night

A travel blog entry by kathy.lagoudis

So the first night we didn't end up where we were meant to, instead in this tiny, slightly dodgy pub/hotel. We were the only people staying there. Was a bit over driving by the time we got there, just wanted to sleep and head off ...

Leaving the Murray River, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Leaving the Murray River

A travel blog entry by pughsjourney2

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... visited by a local farmer who was third generation owner of the farm next to our stop-over. Our last town in Victoria is Corryong, the largest township within the Towong Shire and home to the "Man from Snowy Mountains Museum".  It was a good stop ...

Farewell Aunty Pat and Bendigo, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Farewell Aunty Pat and Bendigo

A travel blog entry by kzjacques

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... picturesque as we snaked our way around a very full Lake Hume with Kerry out the window taking 100 photographs, then onto some beautiful hill country. Corryong is our place of rest tonight before we head into the snowy unknown?!   ...

Back to our favourite spot, Towong , Australia travel blog

Back to our favourite spot

A travel blog entry by wherrol

... Heading north east then east we checked out many sites but none as wonderful as Towong. Also we wanted to settle before the Australia Day "Long Weekend". It was a leisurely drive with a stop off for our usual salad lunch about 1pm beside the Murray River ...

Camping in nothing, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Camping in nothing

A travel blog entry by steven_schmidt

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... off and this days we used to travell to the snowy mountains which are with 2228m the highest point of Australia. The first day we drove to Corryong and was sleeping on lonely free Camping Ground. There was nothing,nobody just us -Eugen Weiß,Steven from ...

Kookaburra Sits in The Old Gum Tree, Nariel Valley , Australia travel blog

Kookaburra Sits in The Old Gum Tree

A travel blog entry by sean_emily

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... gone on many long journeys into the outback on horseback.  It was interesting to listen to all of Wendy's knowledge of Australia's old cattle driving days that, by the sounds of it, were quite similar to the American Wild West complete with cowboys ...

Snowy Mountain Scheme and Mt Kosziusko, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Snowy Mountain Scheme and Mt Kosziusko

A travel blog entry by veronicas

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Most of our Tagalong group headed off to Tom Groggin and then further afield to Mt Kosziusko. Sadly the chair lift wasn't working 'cause of high winds. But they had a picnic lunch on the banks of the Murray at its beginnings. Rick bottled some of the ...

So - what' so special about Corryong?, Corryong, Australia travel blog

So - what' so special about Corryong?

A travel blog entry by veronicas

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... the others stood and watched in very fear. Yep, this is where the story of Jack Riley originated. His grave is here in Corryong too. There was a time when most Australians had heard of the man from Snowy River immortalised in the poem by Banjo ...

heading  to  corryong, Corryong, Australia travel blog

heading to corryong

A travel blog entry by lozzafisher

... were finished before I had got my meal. But by that time I was so hungry, I quickly gobbled it down. We were on our way to Corryong when everyone was done. We were all tierd by then. We had showers one by one (a very slow way!) and it was about twenty to ...

Snowy Mountains, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Snowy Mountains

A travel blog entry by ian-tracey

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... how to pronounce these names!! We then turned west just before Kiandra, passed Mt Selwyn, going back over the Great Divide to Corryong. Crossing both Tumut Pond Reservoir, and Tooma Reservoir, which were both very low. I actually got to drive the last ...

Beautiful Corryong, Corryong, Australia travel blog

Beautiful Corryong

A travel blog entry by johnnox5

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After our big day to the top of Australia we decided to have a couple of days of relaxing. Friday Darryl went for a 13.7 km paddle on Murray which was just great - something he'd been wanting to do for awhile. It meandered through farm land with ...

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