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Re: New Camping Family

Postby ben... » Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:34 pm

sounds like you had a great time none the less... ive always wondered what it would be like to camp there, thought it might have been abit of fun for the kids....some friends of ours stayed there for a week over the xmas holidays and said it was great. Free WIFI? i think they said, and loads to do for the kids.
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Re: New Camping Family

Postby GypsyLady » Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:34 pm

Congratulations Leah on a very successful camp and yes a lesson well learned with the 'tarp over'...always well worth the little extra effort...but then you knew that.

Talle creek has been a firm favourite of families for many years and I guess it will go on being so for many more to come.
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Re: New Camping Family

Postby xmasbaby67 » Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:49 pm

Sounds like a great spot Leah, shame I'm in NSW. You guys seem to have heaps of great spots up there. We will get there one day when the kids have all left and we can go for months at a time.
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Post some photos if you have them as we all love photos here ::)
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Re: New Camping Family

Postby LeahS » Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:58 pm

ben... yes there is WIFI -, and very child friendly - lots and lots of kids of course being school holidays, some of them need some sense when it comes to safety and roads but I can't complain. Creek is safe, beach is close by, there is a pool although we didn't go in it (it looked very busy), there's a kids jungle gym, and a TV room (didn't go there either).

Plenty of families with boats were tubing all weekend, there were some idiots jumping off the bridge on Saturday but that will happen anywhere. We did have to explain to our three yr old and so did the parents of the children that he was playing with why they couldn't and shouldn't jump off the bridge. I personally thought there were too many young kids not supervised which I thought was a shame however it seemed very safe and friendly.

Photos are coming - didn't get around to even unpacking the cameras yesterday arvo - busy cleaning :-bang
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