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Go See Australia by Caravan or Recreational Vehicle (RV) The place for all caravan parks, campervan, recreational vehicle (RV), motorhome, camping grounds, tourist parks, or holiday parks cabin adventure anywhere in Australia. Experience caravanning and camping through Information Articles or use the powerful Caravan Parks Search to find over 2700 caravan parks Australia wide. The Plan a Trip mapping service has full driving directions and park information with travel distances.
The public User's Forums is for questions and mutual help from people on the road and like caravan and motorhome travellers. Save with Discounted Park Specials. Use the Secure On-Line Accommodation Booking Service to book your trip. Participating Pet Friendly Caravan Parks show an easily identified pet's logo. The For Sale classifieds show anything caravan, tent, camping, recreational vehicle (RV) or motorhome related. GoSeeAustralia Directory is the largest caravan park, holiday park, tourist park and camping ground directory in Australia.
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GSAs Pam knitted 40  poppies for ANZAC Day.

Hand-crafted poppies heartfelt Aust-NZ tribute to 100th anniversary of ANZAC landings at Gallipoli

More than 200,000 poppies come to Melbourne's Federation Square for the Gallipoli centenary commemoration on Anzac Day 25th April 2015. The 200,000 hand crafted Australian poppies are made by volunteers one of whom is our very own GSA and GSNZ touring staff member Pam Hislop.

NZ Poppies Program Kiwi co-ordinator Lisa Wallace says: We will have 28,000 crafted poppies on display at Navy Museum, Devonport, Omaka Aviation Centre in Blenheim and Airforce Museum in Christchurch this Anzac Day.

New Zealand is to host the world's largest Poppy (a football field in size) this year in the Auckland Domain to honour the ANZACS.
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ANZAC Day Dawn Service at Farina.

Outback Farina ANZAC Dawn service sounds Reveille for restoration team

The ANZAC Dawn Service in South Australian Outback Farina begins soon after 6am on April 25.

It is followed by Gunfire Breakfast at the Caravan Park at 8am which leads to Reflections and Tributes at 9.30am.

ANZAC coffee will be available to fortify the troops. Traditionally it has a rum content.

The Farina Restoration Group will identify, recognise and honor the eight servicemen from Farina who died whilst on active service.
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Helicopter landmark Vietnam memorial Seymour.

Lest we forget - Dust-off copter landmarks Seymours remarkable Aussie Vietnam memorial

Seymour's Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Walk in High Street at the junction of Emily Street and Tallarook Street, Seymour, Victoria is an experience which spans past and present and is certainly among Australia's Go Make Some Memories road travel attractions.

Mitchell Shire Council is creating caravan and bus parking at the eastern end of Seymour's Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Walk about two hours from Melbourne. The council aims to cope with big rigs.
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Truganini remembered Bruny Island

Truganini great survivor of Australia's Black War faced adapt or die alternatives for her people

Truganini had two alternatives - adapt or die.

The arrival of the White man brought violence, brutality and disease to her world.

This intelligent survivor was one of the first Australians caught in Australia's Black War.

Those comfortable with the proposition that Australians have never suffered the horrors of war on their own soil should perhaps consider Tasmania by the 1830's.
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Catalina A24-30 on show at Lake Boga museum.

Drive Murray Loop to secret Flying Boat base in remarkable wartime world

Discover Swan Hill, Mildura, Mungo, Echuca and Bendigo on the Murray Loop. Lake Boga Flying Boat Museum pays tribute to a vital secret part of the Allied defenses during World War 11.

The Pioneer Settlement, Swan Hill remembers the Mallee-Murray adventure from the 1830's to the 1930's.

Lonely Lake Mungo, identifies a human culture more than 40,000 years old.

The Calder Highway traverses fine arts, a golden past, sweeping pastures, the state's biggest salt lake, magic Hattah Kulkyne and Murray Sunset National Parks. The sudden green of grapevines at Red Cliffs underlines the miracle of Murray irrigation.
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Tingha Gems Caravan and Camping Park campsite.

Kui's Tingha Gems quiet bush park with fossicking, fishing and budget campfire camping

Tingha Gems Caravan & Camping Park is a quiet community run bush park perfect for those who enjoy fossicking, a campfire or just relaxing in a beautiful quiet setting next to a man-made lake suitable for fishing and swimming.

Pets are welcome as long as owners clean up after them.

Powered sites are $20, unpowered sites $15. There is a single rate for a weekly booking of $90. Stay seven nights and pay for six.
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Powered site Inverell Caravan Park.

Kui's Inverell Caravan Park fine pet friendly find in NSW Sapphire City

Inverell Caravan Park is conveniently situated in the New England North West region of New South Wales, linking the New England and Newell Highways.

It is a Pet Friendly park, with an off-leash designated area adjoining the park to exercise your dog.

Inverell Caravan Park accommodation options include an Eco cabin plus a range of Ensuite Cabins, together with spacious Powered and Unpowered Sites for caravanners and campers.
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Lisa Neville Vic. Minister for Environment.

Fees dumped for basic camping in Victoria's National Parks but there is more to do on bookings

Victorian families can now have a more affordable holiday and get the chance to experience Victoria's regional national parks.

Minister for Environment, Lisa Neville, has announced that unfair basic camping fees are gone.

GSA notes that a number of campsites in the Wyperfeld and Hattah areas still need to be pre-booked.

But without mobile phone coverage booking problems will still exist.
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Roaring Stag at Red Stag

Milawa Gourmet Region definitely a Victorian destination to savour

It's all about the wine at Brown Brothers Milawa 120 years on and still growing. This is not a traditional wine maker.They quite probably produce the biggest range of different wine varieties of any cellar door in Australia.

The Milawa Cottage Bakery's Big Brekkie Pie won a Gold Award at Australia's Greatest Pie competition in Sydney in 2013.

Snow Road Produce showcases the unique foods and wines of the Milawa region.

Red Stag Deer Stud and Emu farm Tourist complex is like dining in the Italian Alps.
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GSA rig at Mt Kosciuzko Lookout .

GSA takes The Great Alpine Road and finds drive to the conditions, you can do most things safely

GoSeeAustralia is in Bright, Victoria after towing our travelling home office from Lakes Entrance to Bright via The Great Alpine Road.

Was the trip worth it?

Absolutely!

We would travel the Great Alpine Road again any day season and weather permitting.

If you drive to the conditions, you can do most things safely.
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