Comfort Inn Deakin Palms
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... second camp, a beautiful spot on the side of the cricket oval for a gold coin donation. Sunday morning saw us drive just 25ks down the road to Roseworthy where our son Adams in- laws Ros & Kim were holding a birthday party at their property for our grandson Ryan's 10th birthday complete with bouncy castle. We were able to park our caravan on the front of their property to sleep for the night On Monday we drove ...
... Central Plaza. Stopped at Big W to purchase a gel bike seat, need some comfort when riding. Then back to the mall for a wander and a stop at the supermarket. Back to the van and cooked some blueberry muffins, had some lunch and did some reading and then drove down to the riverfront to go for a ride. It was a lovely ride along the river. Initially I ...
... made sleeping hard. Instead of probing further I hired a Aboriginal guide named Gram to take me out to Mungo National Park. Mungo is a very important place for the Aboriginal people. They say that they have inhabited the place since dreamtime and scientists have found skeletons there that date back over sixty thousand years ago. Many argue that these are the oldest modern human skeletons ever found. Whoa! It is amazing meeting a people's that have continuously inhabited a place for ...
Left windy Barmera. It was a very windy night and we had to get up to pull the awning down for fear we would take off like a kite! Travelled towards Cullulleraine for a break. The wind was still with us but we were assured by locals that it would be gone by the night. Arrived at Mildura for lunch. We stayed at Gol Gol which was just over the border of Victoria and was actually in NSW. A short drive over the bridge and ...
... sweet fragrance of the rose bushes and every type and colour can be found, in gardens, in fields, in the gardens in the middle of roundabouts, railway stations, even petrol stations, just everywhere. Beautiful. wish we could grow them like this in Brisbane. Arrive at our Caravan Park called Buronga, set up, then take an exploration walk through the lovely camp site and again along the Murray River to see one of the many Weirs in this ...