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12

Apr

3rd Night Free

Are you a Family Parks Travel Rewards member? When you join or renew you’ll receive a voucher for a third night free to use on your next visit! This voucher can be used for stays on SITES at all Family Parks locations. For CABINS, the voucher can also be used at: Apex RiverBeach Holiday Park …

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24

Nov

Lazy Pancakes – Just Three Ingredients!

  Here’s the ultimate breakfast recipe! The Lazy Pancakes.   It’s so easy, you’ll kick yourself for not trying it sooner!     If you can’t make it to the fun & festivities at Port Broughton – why not make your own pancakes!       You will need: * 1 Cup Flour * 2 Eggs * 1 …

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28

Oct

Bushfire Safety For Travellers

  Rural Fire Service Information for Travellers. If you’re travelling during the bush fire season, there is a chance that you could be affected by a fire. Bush and grass fires are often near roads and highways, meaning that your visibility can be reduced…or roads you are using could be closed.   NSW Rural Fire …

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23

Oct

Pet Registration by State

  Travelling with your Pet? As many people travel more often with their pets, it is important to know about the process of registration in your State or Territory.   Permanent identification and registration of your pet increases the chance of recovery if your pet is lost while you are travelling. General registration of pets …

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15

Sep

Smoke Alarms mandatory in caravans, campervans & motorhomes

  Did you know that it is a mandatory requirement that smoke alarms be installed in all caravans and motorhomes? Caravans, motorhomes and campervans have limited options to get out in the event of a fire so you really only have a few seconds. Having a warning from a smoke alarm can mean the difference …

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15

Sep

Voting while on the road

  If you are travelling you may find that at some point are on the road at the time of an election.    To make sure your vote still counts while you are traveling, there are a number of options for voting while on the road: • If you are traveling within your State of …

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30

Jul

Lazy Pumpkin Soup

Here’s the ultimate winter recipe! The Lazy Pumpkin soup. It’s so easy, you’ll kick yourself for not trying it sooner!       You will need: * 1 whole Jap pumpkin * 1 or 2 Onions ( to taste) * Garlic Cloves (to taste) * Salt * (Optional) Coconut Milk       To Make: * Preheat over to 180C & …

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30

Jul

Wet a Line – Fishing regulations by state

  If you love fishing, then at some point in your travels, you might want to ‘wet a line’.   Recreational fishing rules vary from State to State and cover species that can be caught, bag limits and whether or not you need a fishing licence.   Regulations ensure that certain species are not overfished…ensuring …

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30

Jul

Feature Region – Eureka Stockade, Ballarat, VIC

    Ballarat     Next time you are planning a trip to Western Victoria, why not consider staying in the historic Eureka Stockade precinct? This great value getaway venue is located just two minutes from the center of Ballarat, and offers the ideal family-friendly holiday destination.     Offering plenty of choice for guests, …

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30

Jul

Feature Region – Auckland & Surrounds, NZ

    Auckland & Surrounds   The bustling metropolis of Auckland and its scenic surrounds is the perfect destination for your next New Zealand getaway.  Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city and its airport is the main gateway for International visitors.  Underlying much of the city is a dormant volcanic field which gives Auckland its …

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25

Jun

Schooling Children on the Road

    Home School or Distance Education? If you are on the road with school aged children for any length of time, the question soon becomes how to continue their education as you travel. We all know that the experiences kids enjoy while travelling are invaluable to their development, but their formal education is just …

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