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Winter Trip 2014

Our Itinerary

This year we are booked on the Spirit of Tasmania to travel from Devonport to Melbourne on Saturday 28 June, returning home on 22 September 2014. We plan a few days in Melbourne followed by a week in Sydney before we head to the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast for about six weeks, then heading west through Lightning Ridge, Bourke, Cobar and Wilcannia in inland NSW on the way to Broken Hill, then home via Mildura, Hay and Echuca.

Detailed itinerary is as follows:

28 June - 1 night - Devonport to Melbourne on ferry
29 June - 4 days - Ashley Gardens, Melbourne
3 July - 1 night - Rutherglen
4 July - 1 night - Moss Vale
5 July - 8 days - Lane Cove, Sydney
13 July - 2 days - Taree
15 July - 1 night - Yamba
16 July - 2 weeks - Tallebudgera Creek, Gold Coast
30 July - 2 weeks - Dicky Beach, Sunshine Coast
13 Aug - 2 weeks - Southport, Gold Coast
27 Aug - 2 days - Warwick
29 Aug - 1 night - Goondoowindi
30 Aug - 2 days - St George
1 Sep - 2 Days - Lightning Ridge
3 Sep - 2 days - Bourke
5 Sep - 1 night - Cobar
6 Sep - 2 days - Wilcannia
8 Sep - 4 days - Broken Hill
12 Sep - 2 days - Mildura
14 Sep - 1 night - Hay
15 Sep - 2 days -Echuca
17 Sep - 5 days - Ashley Gardens, Melbourne
22 Sep - 1 night - Melbourne to Devonport on ferry

Bookings have been made as far as Southport, and the itinerary is flexible after that, until Melbourne where bookings have been made because of Melbourne Show week.

Posted by TwoAces 03:06

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G'day the Two Aces and the Blue Heeler.Glad to see you're back on the road again as we look forward to reading the reports that you post especially as we have been to most of places that you will be visiting this trip.
About 20 minutes south of Taree is a little town called Nabiac where on the left you will see a sign post to Krambach and Gloucester.We live at Krambach so give us a wave as you go past.
Some of our family live on the Gold and Sunshine coasts where we will be visiting at around the same time as yourselves so we will keep a look out for your rig.
You may remember a couple of years ago we were behind your outfit going South on the highway near Taree when we spotted the name on your van which tickled our fancy, so as to speak,which is why we signed up.

Good luck,from Ron and Cortina,a.k.a.the two cow cockys

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