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Old 03-05-2018, 08:23 PM   #391
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It's good the national parks are opening up more area for camping. Too many screens in most people's lives. Good to get back out in to nature and just do what kids always used to do.
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Just got home from a quick 2 night stay in a new campground not long finished in Onkaparinga River National Park, which is literally about 25min from my door. Was just a quick trip making sure everything is sorted before going away at easter, considering i hadn't towed with the territory yet, and had also fitted a new mixer tap to the van, and still getting our van set up to how we like it.

just set up. as you can see the sites are pretty barren, as its only just been finished. 11 sites and a toilet block is all thats there.
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walk from the campground goes to onkaparinga gorge, which was pretty impressive
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Googled this camp site to get directions for the mother in law and your photos came up
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My wife & I went for another overnight trip to the Prom & caught up with a few friends there. This time we stayed at Tidal & just did a 15km day hike with friends around to Oberon & back.

Perfect weather, great company, and the Tidal River campsite was deserted. It's usually p-a-c-k-e-d in the summer, during school holidays, and public holiday long weekends.

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Great thread. Just bought some roof racks to help me out. Wondering where people would suggest to go during the school holiday break? (VIC)
Kids are high school age so I reckon they can do a bit of walking.

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Great thread. Just bought some roof racks to help me out. Wondering where people would suggest to go during the school holiday break? (VIC)
Kids are high school age so I reckon they can do a bit of walking.

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What's your budget? How far from Melbourne are you willing to travel? Is wet weather an issue?
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What's your budget? How far from Melbourne are you willing to travel? Is wet weather an issue?
I'm thinking maybe 2 nights. Ok with sleeping in tent. Not sure how much I should budget for. Travel is ok but 3 hours max I think.
Only have a sedan so can't really go off road and might be a problem if there's wet weather. And a tent might not be suitable if it starts raining.

I've camped at powered sites once before around lorne and took surboards for some surfing.
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Grampians. Otways
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I'd second the Grampians! Or there's the Prom; be prepared for four seasons in a day there though, and a campsite is ~60/night in the off season.
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It's good the national parks are opening up more area for camping.
Are they opening up 4wd tracks too?

I'm wanting to do a Flinders trip, would love to go back to Mt Remarkable. Are any of the tracks onto the range open to the public? I'm getting the feeling not much is open to he public other than through 4wd tour companies? Couldnt find any info on the parks websites :(
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Are they opening up 4wd tracks too?

I'm wanting to do a Flinders trip, would love to go back to Mt Remarkable. Are any of the tracks onto the range open to the public? I'm getting the feeling not much is open to he public other than through 4wd tour companies? Couldnt find any info on the parks websites :(
i'm not into 4wd stuff, so can't comment on what is available as I wasn't really looking for it. there is a park near mt remarkable called 'spear creek caravan park' which has 4wd tracks on the property. I don't thing there is too many 'national parks' that have 4wd tracks.
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I don't thing there is too many 'national parks' that have 4wd tracks.
Most do... they're just fire trails. My in-laws in SA used to 4wd all though the Flinders, but when I search, there's barely a mention leading me to think they've closed most tracks.
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And a tent might not be suitable if it starts raining.
A tent is fine for when it rains. If it rains and the tent is a bit too small then a tarp provides plenty of shelter.
We've camped at Bathurst in a tent and it rained quite heavily one night. We just sat under the tarp drinking our beer. The tent also survived 90km/h wind gusts one night. We had to help everyone else with their gear blowing away.

If a tarp isn't to your liking, then check out the gazebos from 4wdsupercentre. I bought a 6x3m one with walls so will have heaps of shelter.

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If you buy a decent tent, rain won't be a problem as far as leaks go. The only thing that can be a problem is water run off. Just make sure you always have a spade so you can channel any 'rivers' away from your tent/living area.
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Thought i'd give you Adelaide boys a heads up on another nice camp spot i had a look at on the weekend.
Its called Rocky Paddock and is situated amongst the pines in Mt Crawford Forest between Williamstown and Birdwood.
Its set in off the main road up a couple of well formed gravel roads easily accessible by car.
The area contains 30 sites of various size and contour with heaps of shade and fire pits with a few having swing away plates.
Price is $5 per adult per night, $2 per child or a family pass for $20 for a week.
There are toilets but no showers.
The entrance is about half a kilometer south of the Mt Crawford ranger/info station where permits can be bought via an honour box system.

The Fire ban season was extended in the area this year and ends on 15.5.18, tomorrow.

Local attractions include The Whispering Wall, Birdwood Mill, Toy Factory numerous hiking trails including sections of the Heysen and if you're into fishing or Kayaking then Hale/Warren Reservoirs which are only 5 minutes drive from the campsite have been opened to the public and is stocked with fresh water fish of various species.
Permits are required for using the reservoirs at $10 for 3 days or $27.50 annually.

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As its an honour system there are no pre bookings but if you get there and find it full theres a number of other camp areas in the vacinity including Chalks which is 5 minutes away towards Birdwood.
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So i decided to head up to Rocky Paddock for the weekend, checked the weather forcast, didnt like what i saw and quickly booked my usual site at Mambray.
****ed down with rain between Dublin and Pirie and then clearish skies from then on.
Arrived at 4.30 yesterday, took a run in to Pt Augusta this morning and returned to a wet campsite.
Light drizzle on and off but Willy says things are looking up tomorrow.
Oh well, all part of the adventure and the fauna comes to life in these conditions,.
Spent breakfast with an inquisitive baby kookaburra and just had ham, tomato, onion and cheese toasties from the jaffle iron in the company of 2 Emu.
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So i decided to head up to Rocky Paddock for the weekend, checked the weather forcast, didnt like what i saw and quickly booked my usual site at Mambray.
****ed down with rain between Dublin and Pirie and then clearish skies from then on.
Arrived at 4.30 yesterday, took a run in to Pt Augusta this morning and returned to a wet campsite.
Light drizzle on and off but Willy says things are looking up tomorrow.
Oh well, all part of the adventure and the fauna comes to life in these conditions,.
Spent breakfast with an inquisitive baby kookaburra and just had ham, tomato, onion and cheese toasties from the jaffle iron in the company of 2 Emu.
over 20ml in Adelaide yesterday, only about 0.4ml recorded at Noarlunga.

Sounds like its not too bad out that way. Where is your 'usual' campsite at mambray? From memory you like being up near the group site area yeah?
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Hi Rob, there was a time when i enjoyed the privacy of the group site end but now i like the shower nice and handy and our own firepit so i get 5.

Theres a few in.

I actually thought you were up here, some people just up from us have a grey Territory and a camper but on closer inspection it isnt a Jayco.
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5 is good. pretty sheltered too that one from memory. I also prefer to be not too far from the facilities. We stayed in 7 first time last October, and apart from a lot of foot traffic, that was pretty good. we parked long ways so we faced the creek, so still plenty of privacy. Easter we camped in 29. not a hot weather site, but we liked it because it doesn't really have any neighbours or anyone opposite.

And, no, not us there this weekend, although I wouldn't mind being there during 'off peak' season. tend to get more wildlife when there is less people. Good walking temps this time of year too.
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Im watching a couple set up in 7 as we speak.
Its funny, watching the discussion between husband and wife setting up is great entertainment, they look like they've been on the road a while as he's well trained.
A lot of 'yes dear's'
Some of the antics reminds me of a boat ramp on a busy day, reversing a trailer should really be covered in licence exams..lol
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Im watching a couple set up in 7 as we speak.
Its funny, watching the discussion between husband and wife setting up is great entertainment, they look like they've been on the road a while as he's well trained.
A lot of 'yes dear's'
Some of the antics reminds me of a boat ramp on a busy day, reversing a trailer should really be covered in licence exams..lol
yes, although being fairly 'new' myself, i'm careful not to pick on others much. we had some walkie talkies, but now just use our phones through the car Bluetooth. my wife normally hops out and offers directions over the phone, with it on speaker in the car. works really well.... except one time I accidently pressed the wrong button and hung up on her. how do you think that went

I won't comment on reversing a trailer either, as although I can reverse a trailer, I think confidence in doing so only comes from experience.

I had a quick look at Rocky paddock on the web, and it looks quite nice. A guy at work (the same guy that also recommended mambray ck) goes there fairly regularly and he talks it up, although often he doesn't stay the night. just goes there with his family and sits around a fire for the afternoon. he lives nearby. The only thing that i'm not a fan of is the pit toilet. we had a bad experience with them in the Grampians and it left a lasting impression. kind of tested how long you could hold your breath for...
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Im not really picking, just observing curiously..lol

A young couple rolled in at about 9 last night and proceeded to put their tent pegs in with a small rock so i wandered over and offered them a mallet.
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We are off (with 3/4's of the family) up the Buckland Valley again this arvo, should be a bit quieter this time, only going to 2 overnight, not too bad in a van with a heater - LOL
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yes, although being fairly 'new' myself, i'm careful not to pick on others much. we had some walkie talkies, but now just use our phones through the car Bluetooth. my wife normally hops out and offers directions over the phone, with it on speaker in the car. works really well.... except one time I accidently pressed the wrong button and hung up on her. how do you think that went

I won't comment on reversing a trailer either, as although I can reverse a trailer, I think confidence in doing so only comes from experience.

I had a quick look at Rocky paddock on the web, and it looks quite nice. A guy at work (the same guy that also recommended mambray ck) goes there fairly regularly and he talks it up, although often he doesn't stay the night. just goes there with his family and sits around a fire for the afternoon. he lives nearby. The only thing that i'm not a fan of is the pit toilet. we had a bad experience with them in the Grampians and it left a lasting impression. kind of tested how long you could hold your breath for...
Pit toilets are terrible. Long drops with sawdust are fine..............
We use an auger, drill a decent hole. Back fill and move every 6-12 months. Not everyone has access to an auger thou..............


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Looks good.

Im seriously considering upgrading the camper trailer to a late model Jayco camper in the near future.
I've convinced the Wife to head away with me this weekend back to Mambray for a few days as she has a week off, i just love the place and cant get enough of it.
On the way back, after spending an hour packing up the trailer, i might suggest how much more enjoyable camping would be if all we had to do was push the beds in and wind down the roof...
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A few pics from last weeks trip

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On the way back, after spending an hour packing up the trailer, i might suggest how much more enjoyable camping would be if all we had to do was push the beds in and wind down the roof...
Mate, it really is that simple too

depending on how much stuff you take, there can be a little bit of packing up involved, but most of it can be sorted out once you get home.

if you ever want to take the idea earlier, you're welcome round my place anytime for a 'demo' of my van or just to get an idea.
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if you ever want to take the idea earlier, you're welcome round my place anytime for a 'demo' of my van or just to get an idea.
that should have said, 'take the idea further'!
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Mate, it really is that simple too
Im hoping so Rob.

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depending on how much stuff you take, there can be a little bit of packing up involved, but most of it can be sorted out once you get home.

if you ever want to take the idea earlier, you're welcome round my place anytime for a 'demo' of my van or just to get an idea.
Thanks for the offer Rob.

What i like about it is the storage space, we've already got plenty of dinnerware and cooking equipment in our caravan so its just a matter of transfering over to the camper permenantly, then its just a matter of putting the food and clothes in before each trip.
The van we have is a good one and super comfortable but at 19ft is too bulky to be dragging up there for 3 nights which a camper is perfect for.
I gotta say, i've been envious of yours since you first shared pics of it, its a nice outfit and looks even better with the Terri in front now.

I missed out on a cracker of a deal a few weeks ago. We had an elderly couple come in to our yard with a 3 month old Jayco Finch which they hadnt even used since buying from the recent show. They'd decided it wasn't for them and traded it on a poptop van.
It was offered to me for $18k and i was going to take it but i was procrastinating over the size of it being the smallest in the range of fold outs and someone bought it before i'd decided.
We've got a couple of 2000 model Flamingo's in the yard at the moment but they're getting on in age and theres a late model off road Eagle but thats pretty $$ and overkill for our needs so i'll just bide my time until the right one comes up and get it before it hits the yard.

In the meantime, i'll make the most of what we have, make it as painful as possible to pack up and plant the seed..
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we've already got plenty of dinnerware and cooking equipment in our caravan
didn't realise you had a van. thought you just had the camper trailer.
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