CAMPERVAN MOTORHOME CLUB OF AUSTRALIA RALLY

WELL ORGANISED: Mary and Doug Stewart, of Margate.”We only joined the club last year and the anniversary rally is wonderful,” Mrs Stewart said.
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“We’ve been up for Agfest fairly regularly so we knew the site and it’s been very well organised.”

She said that they had particularly enjoyed the variety of entertainment on offer for the campers of an evening.

Although they have not yet toured the mainland because of work commitments, it was part of their five-year plan.

“Coming to something like this and talking to everyone here makes us even keener to go,” Mr Stewart said.

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CAMPERVAN MOTORHOME CLUB OF AUSTRALIA RALLY

NEW TO TOURING: Marcia and John Holbrook, of Hobart, with furry friend. Pictures: NEIL RICHARDSON. (1/2)”I love everything about it because it’s all different,” she said.
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Mrs Collings has been in the State for four weeks and has enjoyed the club rally.

“This is our first time down here and we have enjoyed it very much. It has all been terrific,” she said.

Mrs Collings intends to do more sight-seeing in Tasmania with her husband after the rally before returning home to NSW.

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Danish duo follow tall order

TASMANIAN LINK: Danish travellers Nina Baron and David Enghuus are finding out all about their princess-to-be’s home State. Picture: TIM HUGHESMiss Baron, 20, and Mr Enghuus, 21, are on a working holiday in the State, helping out on the tall ship Windeward Bound at Low Head.
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“We both like to sail on tall ships, and we wanted to see the world,” Miss Baron said.

“We came to Tasmania after spending half a year studying and sailing on an educational tall ship called The Denmark in Copenhagen.”

A search on the Internet for information about other tall ships they could work on led the couple to Tasmania and the Windeward Bound.

Miss Baron said that the forthcoming royal wedding in Denmark between Prince Frederick and Tasmania’s Mary Donaldson was a big event and was figuring prominently in their news.

“My grandmother was excited when she heard I was coming to Tasmania, where Mary is from,” she said.

But “the royal family and wedding is more important to the older generation in Denmark than to the younger people”, both agreed.

They knew very little about Tasmania before their arrival but have spent time travelling and sightseeing.

“It’s beautiful nature down here. You can drive for two hours and be in the bush or a rainforest,” Mr Enghuus said.

“I’m amazed how friendly the people are. You meet people on the street and they just talk to you, which is really nice.”

Miss Baron will head home to Copenhagen in August to start university study but Mr Enghuus intends to spend a year travelling the world.

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Funding to boost radio services

Senator John Watson yesterday announced that funding up to $24,590 had been approved to upgrade reception of RG Capital Radio’s radio 7SD signal into the St Helens area.
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The funding will assist RG Capital Radio with capital costs related to equipment, installation, site establishment and licence fees.

Senator Watson said that the upgrade would improve the 7SD signal into the St Helens area, which is one of the fastest-growing population centres in the State.

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TATTERSALLS

Jackpot: $1,061,100.
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THURSDAY TATTS TWO – Drawn numbers: 4 and 65. Division 1 dividend: $1850.

POWERBALL – Dividends from draw number 409. Division 1: $5,000,000. Division 2: $63,376.45. Division 3: $6337.65. Division 4: $113.35. Division 5: $56.50. Division 6: $21.65. Division 7: $10.70.

FRIDAY TATTS TWO – Drawn numbers: 33 and 15. Division 1 dividend: $652.

FRIDAY KENO – Drawn numbers: 2, 4, 6, 8, 17, 19, 23, 24, 29, 30, 39, 54, 56, 59, 60, 62, 65, 66, 67 and 72. Jackpot: $1,063,200.

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CAMPERVAN MOTORHOME CLUB OF AUSTRALIA RALLY

“I’m retiring in the middle of the year and we intend to head up to the northern island for the next rally in Toowoomba in September,” Mr Holbrook said.
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“We’ll take three months to have a look around and then head home for Christmas and maybe go again in March next year.”

The couple have enjoyed meeting other travellers from different states at the rally and looking at other motorhomes for ideas.

“My husband is spending money like water on things we have to have,” Mrs Holbrook laughed.

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Chilling side of Dublin

It showcases city’s scary sites and views haunted houses on a two-hour tour priced at $42.
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Details: call (07) 3239-5999 or visit www.keithprowse南京夜網.au

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Briefs

Indulge yourselves together
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[BB] Situated in far north Queensland, the Cairns International Hotel is offering an Indulgence For Couples Package from $560pp, twin-share. The offer includes three nights’ accommodation, a bottle of Australian sparkling wine and campos served on arrival, full buffet breakfast daily in Cafee Coco and a relaxing one-hour massage for each person.

Facilities include room service, private balconies, air-conditioning, a tropical swimming pool, spa, gymnasium and award-winning restaurants.

The package is valid until June 31 this year and is subject to availability.

Details: call 1800-079-100 or visit www.cairnsinternational南京夜網.au

Slow ticket to Barossa Valley

Lovers of fine culinary fare should head to the Barossa Valley in April for “slow food” – a worldwide movement which celebrates natural ingredients, food heritage and local cuisines.

Barossa Slow, from April 2-4, celebrates the region’s heritage, produce, flavours and rituals.

It will feature master classes, tastings, themed lunches, intimate dinners and workshops with growers, producers, winemakers and chefs.

Details: call 1300-852-982 or visit www.slowfood.southaustralia南京夜網

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CAMPERVAN MOTORHOME CLUB OF AUSTRALIA RALLY

Nearly 3000 owners of about 1500 homes on wheels have enjoyed the 18th anniversary rally of the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia hosted by Tasmanian members at Quercus Park.
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Mr Bacon said that many visiting drivers were not familiar with Tasmanian roads and conditions, and were used to travelling at a sedate pace.

The rally officially ends tomorrow.

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