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Australian RV Newsletter: August 2008 issue
« on: August 12, 2008, 12:01:40 PM »
The latest issue of the "We Love This Country" Newsletter has just been published by the Caravan, RV & Accommodation Industry of Australia. http://www.welovethiscountry.net.au/newsletter/August08.html

Highlights include:
*  WOMEN WHO LOVE THIS COUNTRY
Part 3: Traveling With Pets
Tips on how to take your pets along for the ride with special guest and sunbird Judy Mann.

*  FUEL PRICE NO MATCH FOR CARAVANNING LIFESTYLE
Many people are surprised to learn that fuel is still only the fourth largest expense associated with a caravanning or RV’ing holiday with the bulk of the budget going towards visiting tourist attractions and the day to day cost of living.

*  GREY NOMAD COMPETITION
You may remember from our last edition we ran a competition inviting readers to come up with some suggestions for renaming the “Grey Nomad” to reflect the variety of ages, personalities, and not to mention, hair colour, of caravanning enthusiasts.
...Here are our Top 10… (in no particular order)

*  SIDETRACKS
The team at We Love This Country Team has collected plenty of travel notes on our travels around Australia.

*  ATHERTON TABLELANDS, QLD
The tropical Atherton Tablelands, located behind the mountains of popular tourist hub Cairns, lets visitors slow down and enjoy boundless vistas of natural beauty.

*  EDEN, NSW
The southern gateway to the Sapphire Coast, Eden is set in rugged beauty with golden sandy beaches and crystal waters to the east and forests and parklands to the west.
« Last Edit: August 12, 2008, 12:04:25 PM by Ian »
Cheers, Ian - from Adelaide, South Australia. GMT+0930 +1 for Daylight Robbery - Oct to Apr
A journey is best measured in friends rather than miles. Tim Cahill
A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it. John Steinbeck

 

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