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Date Registered: 02-2008
Location: North Maclean Qld
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Since they are moving the Queens long week end to the end of September this year I thought it might be a better week end for all and as Jalal said tell us what your thoughts are.

I think just a phone call to the caravan park to see what the availability is for either week end will give a clue to how busy the area will be.

Regards Scot.

Ps I am willing to make the call if instructed.emoticon

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Date Registered: 08-2011
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I sent an email to Lorikeet regarding dogs and they responded:
'We only except dogs in your own caravan on a site not in our or around our cabins or villas at all and not during school holidays as you can imagine with all the people we accommodate during school holidays it would be mayhem if everybody had a dog with them at well.'

Looks like we would be staying at Arrawarra.

re: the public holiday, I'm a fan of avoiding the crowds wherever possible but I'll go with the majority on this one.

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Scot, you have been instructed by email mate LOL emoticon Thanks emoticon

Todd, you won't be far from us anyway and am sure you will be spending most of your time with us for dinner and drinks.

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Rang the park and Jo gets back from Melbourne tomorrow and will get back to me then so I will update things and let you all know from there.

Regards Scot

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I will be unavailable the weekend of the 29th unfortunately. The week after would be better for us.

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I'm defiantly interested so count me in and the oh mite even come this time


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Hi Guys,

I have started putting together the attendance sheet and by the looks of the interest generated so far, this event will be going ahead 100%.

What I need to do when you express your interest in attending is include the number of days you will be staying the number of adults and kids in your party, so I can make the dinner arrangements later.

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Will be just 2 adults in my party (plus 2 dogs - no need to make an extra column for them emoticon )

Where will dinners be? Just at the park?

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2 adults here Jalal and days will be counting on what dates are selected.

Regards Scot

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Last year we had an arrangement with The Lorikeet staff and they made BBQ dinner for us which was awesome and they provided the facilities and were manning the BBQ as well, so I would say that this plan will be a goer for this year as well if there is enough interest. I think it ended-up costing us $20 per head for adults and $15 per head for kids.

The dinner included: steak, snags, salads, dinner rolls & dessert and it was massive!

All we had to do is bring the drinks with us.

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