Quality Hotel Mildura Grand
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We traced the pathway of the mighty Murray River from Murray Bridge and Tailem Bend in South Australia, staying in Mannum, through Palmer, Berri, Renmark, crossing over the
border into Victoria, staying a while in Mildura, then continuing through to Albury/Wodonga, and finally finishing the drive at Chiltern/Beechworth.
We arrived here last Thursday and met up with Meg and Ken, Marg and Phil for the country music festival. We've had a lovely time so far - lots of music, food and wine! Our caravan park has walk-up concerts for all the amateurs most nights, so even if you don't go into the festival events ...
I checked in at the Sunset backpackers and could start working immediately the next day.
Sunset backpackers is a working hostel, which basically means that everyone who is staying there works,this also means that guests stay not for a couple of days but more likely for a couple of months.The hostel in conveniently located on walking distance of the shopping precinct and bars/nightclubs.
Most of the jobs will be arranged by the hostel owners and they provide ...
... beef strog. Prepared in van but served and eaten in the awesome camp kitchen. Ax took out table tennis game over Craig. Rained on and off most of day. Kids in bed by 9 I'm not far behind. Having had much sleep these last two nights. Looking forward to tomorrow, not that pack up is a hassle, but pleased to have some time to check Mildura out- the plan - Wentworth, Murray and darling river confluence, perry perry Sandhills then a possible paddle boat ...
... the moment I decided that a cruise sounded like a nice way to fill in the morning. The Melbourne is the only steam fired paddle steamer left on this part of the Murray, all the others are now diesel. It was built in 1910 and still has all the original engine, pistons, boiler etc. it was originally used as a snagging vessel, clearing the channels along the River. It uses 1 tonne ...