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  1. We have done two tours of Tassie. First one for three months Feb to May - not long enough. Next from Nov to well June as it turns out (COVID). It is expensive to get van and car that size over approx $1,800 to $2,000 return. Not sure what the new prices would be from Geelong though. Secondary Roads are narrow and you have to be organised to do as Sandra suggested, drop van and venture out but worth the trouble. Not sure of the state of free camps and National Parks since COVID. Some were still closed when we left in June 2020. We had a great time, and only missed the West Coast due to stupid fridge (fixed in Penguin). Went for another try and got as far as Waratah but snowing in December so gave it a miss. Certainly not a trip you would regret, you just need to make sure you book far enough out and have your return trip booked. Doesn't mean you can't move it, but if it gets busy and you haven't booked your return trip you have no hope of getting home. We prefer going during day on way over and night on way back. That was when you docked in Melbourne, presume it will be easier at new Geelong facility.
  2. It was late in the day when a fully loaded minivan pulled into the only remaining campsite. As soon as it stopped, the doors flew open and four children jumped out. They began to unload gear and worked feverishly to set up the tent. Next, the boys ran to gather firewood while the girls and their mother set up the camp kitchen area. The camper in the space next to them marveled to the children’s father, “I’ve never seen such teamwork nor a camp that was ready so quickly. I’m impressed.” The father turned to the neighbor and nodded sagely. “I have a system,” he said. “No one goes to the bathroom before the camp is set up.”
  3. Both of these have now been removed. Thank you for notification.
  4. No, can't say we have an our van is nine years old.
  5. If you have previously listed an item for sale and it has sold and still on the 'For Sale" list please advise so it can be removed. Our last clean up was 2017. Thanks
  6. Loved the photo of weetootlla park. Another trip has just flown by for you both. Stay safe now you are home.
  7. Another great report Chris. Pity we missed all those places this time due to rushing across the borders. Never mind.
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    We are in the process of securing a new venue for this event from the 14th to 17th of October. Information will be posted when we have secured a new place.
  9. Loved the report - and the sunlit lizard. Sorry to hear about your brother but at least you got there in time.
  10. Update done and website seems to be alright. Crisis averted
  11. I have been onto Panthur and moved our PHP to 7.4. Now to attempt full update. Keep your fingers crossed
  12. Hello members and guests to the Kedron Owners Group Inc website. I am looking for anyone who is computer tech savy to help with an issue on the website. I have a graphics background but no idea about the behind the scene workings of the website. Our current host - Invision recently changed there help to us and I find myself in a bit of a pickle. If you think you might have the necessary skills please contact me. Thanks
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    - 2nd to 5th December for Christmas gathering, to be held at Rubern Lagoons Tourist Park (private property) just outside of Chinchilla Qld. Thank you Sandra for your suggestion. I will be asking for indication of numbers around late August. They have 30 powered sites and approx 20 unpowered sites. Current fee is $25.00 pn for power. Please refer to WikiCamps for further info on camp site.
  14. Bas, I thin the links are broken. None of the funnies/pictures are coming up.
  15. Not sure about tape but our awning was 7.5 years old so we had it replaced.
  16. Interesting, very interesting
  17. Received this email from Leisa saying good bye to all the Kedron Caravan Owners. 21st February, 2022 To All of the Kedron Caravan Owners / Family, It is with mixed emotions, that after fourteen years, many hair dyes, and wrinkles, I wish to inform you that my time as Receptionist for Kedron Caravans is coming to an end. My last day with Kedron will be Wednesday 23rd February, and I wanted to take this opportunity to let all of the past, present and future customers know how much I have enjoyed working with you over years. I have greatly appreciated the support, acknowledgements, and laughs, during my time at Kedron Caravans. It has been a pleasure getting to know everyone, as owning a Kedron really is more than just a purchase, it is joining a family. The friendships I have gained will be with me for life. I wish everyone Safe & Happy Travels in their vans, and hope that maybe one day, to see you on the road. Kindest Regards Leisa Cook
  18. Welcome to the group Reinhold, hope you enjoy the CP5
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    Hello fellow travellers , We are organising a gathering at the above festival ( thank you Tony for the suggestion) . Group bookings open in March and I will need an idea of approx number of attendees to advise event organisers. Some information is as follows - Camping on site from Wed 27th to Monday 1st August . If you stay 1 night or 5 nights the fee is the same. - NO powered sites , generators permitted 7am to 8pm - Water taps located around grounds , No hook-up is permitted. - Dump point at Tara Lagoon Parklands next to festival site - Pets permitted on leash in camp ground only , not in festival site unless pet is a camel. Once approx. numbers are known event organisers will allocate the group a code to enable each of us to make the booking. So it would be appreciated if people would reply below (or FB page post) with their intention to attend this festival with the KOG. This is a bi-annual event and last festival had approx. 3000 attendees. Cost of the festival will be approx. $200 for the 5 nights and for all festival event entries. Please refer to their web site www.tarafestival.com.au Regards Rod Lee
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    More info too follow
  21. Loved the report. We have felt the same on several occasions....run, run, run. On the home straight now and it does make you sigh a little. Still have fingers crossed nothing is going to happen over the next couple of weeks but think we will be fine (knock on wood).
  22. Thanks Bas, I look forward to your tuesday jokes
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