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Post Info TOPIC: Hard to find semi-permanent sites for rv


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Hard to find semi-permanent sites for rv


Hi Guys,
I have a 28' 5th wheeler and intend to travel slowly, mainly east coast northern NSW and southern QLD.  I have contacted many parks but with the same result..no perm or semi places, or 'cant take anything over 20'.
Any suggestions?
Is there a club or organisation I can join to make this process of finding somewhere to stay a lot easier.
Thanks and may the light keep u safe in your travels.
Paul

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Ian


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g/day paul.
i know that if you are travelling through mildura, the Red Cliffs Caravan Park, is a big park with spacious site and will do a deal for semi perm, this park has just been upgraded and has new managers.
Ian

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Thanks Ian, much appreciated

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You might try Blue Sapphire Caravan park in Glen Innes.  I'm not sure if they have semi-permanent/permanent spots available, but the park itself and the sites are big.  Glen Innes is a nice place too but probably gets a bit cool in winter.

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Just go! Plenty of parks have big sites and longer term is not much problem. After all, it's all money to them. Ringing ahead? Your'e beaten before you start!

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