Canberra South Motor Park
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Lots of permanents at this park, however, it was the only one that I could guarantee the fifth wheeler would be able to get in. We were allocated a site within the powered camping area that we virtually had to ourselves, so I was able to keep the car attached to the van and parked lengthways across a site next to a road for easy exit in the morning. Showers in the ablution block do not have a seat that you can put your toiletries or other items on, only a couple of hooks to hang your towel and clothing on. The shower head is in the centre of the shower area and the whole floor including the dressing area gets wet and then the water runs under the door. The grassed areas at the other sites was very dry, obviously there has not been a lot of rain and no sprinklers used. These vans have a bitumen surface to park on but the grey water inlet is in the centre of this area under the van. There is a tavern at the park and a restaurant that is open at certain time of the week, but, unfortunately not on the Sunday we arrived.
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Well this is our last stop before heading home and the final capital city on the mainland Australia to visit. We had a few things to do on our “to do list” , most importantly visiting Craig, Michelle and Suki. We headed over for dinner and all had such a wonderful night, lots of chatter, laughter, fun times and a great meal (I was …
At the moment we have moved to a permanent site at Canberra South Motor Park, it's quiet amenities are clean and plenty of hot water and it's cheap, so no complaints from us.
Merv has a job, it is temporary at this time, he likes it enough, works with two young men with disabilities, as a supervisor maintaining the grounds at 80 preschools …
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