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For a long time I have had discussions with sydney and Melbourne folk about a camp somewhere between the two cities, a location convenient for lots of people to go camping from VIC & NSW Kind of a mix between the fishing trip of old (Rutherglen) and the sub zero camping trip (oberon)

It was thought that a nice warm time of year in a lovely spot.... Any thoughts???

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Somewhere around wagga would be my guess? Bondo state forest?

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I'd be up for that.

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tempting. be good to catch up again watertrade.

any ideas for dates.

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Plenty of warning, and a warm time of year Im there.

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Any thoughts???

My thoughts are YES! .

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Yep:)

Would be good!

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can we be fair and actually make it half way? Us Victorians are pretty cool -we actually drive 9-10 hours to come to camp with you guys so don't make us get angry because you know what happens when you make us angry

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That sounds great! Especially if its somewhere in North East Vic like Rutherglen as mentioned above as that's where I grew up :)

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A search on google..........the computer says Eden

http://getaway.ninemsn.com.au/fsaustraliansw/southcoast/8554683/a-night-of-eden-between-sydney-and-melbourne

......or Tarcutta 8hr41min either way

http://www.tarcuttamotel.com.au/

....Eden sounds nice,and as I usually weekend in paradise, and live in groovy bliss...Eden wouldnt take too much adjustment.

Old mate incog can finally get that fishing line out and catch a feed.

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Around Eden is Ben Boyd national park... beautiful beaches.. I used to overnight at North long beach there whenever I'd head up to Tilba every six months or so. East Boyd and Yambulla state forests are just to the west. Lots of possibility.

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Eden would be metaphysically appropriate.

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Eden sounds awesome. I'm out from October through to march and qld school holidays. Otherwise with a months notice I'm there.

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."Eden sounds nice,and as I usually weekend in paradise, and live in groovy bliss...Eden wouldnt take too much adjustment. "quote from Horus

Around Eden is Ben Boyd national park... beautiful beaches.. I used to overnight at North long beach there whenever I'd head up to Tilba every six months or so. East Boyd and Yambulla state forests are just to the west. Lots of possibility.

that looks cool as Sim post-4664-0-61910600-1433240297_thumb.jp

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Damn I'll miss the freezing cold, wet, leeches and campers trash :.(

Warriors camp deserves a well designed tatt I reckon.

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Well designed sounds a bit far fetched.

I'll do the tattoos though if my machine is still hanging around at hillbillys house

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My suggestion of Wagga was roughly half way from Sydney and melbourne. Although i would take eden over Wagga any day.

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Toby. No. Just no.

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You can get a well designed tattoo to commemorate the warrior tattoo!

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