It’s always a hassle when the in-laws come to town; they always stay at our house instead of a hotel and I never feel like we have enough room. Not to mention their constant nagging and complaining about our house, my cooking, and everything else they can possibly think of. So, when my husband told me they’d be coming for two weeks this year I wasn’t exactly thrilled about the idea. I kept racking my brain, trying to figure out an alternative to having them in our guest room for two whole weeks. I mentioned this to my friend a few days before they were scheduled to arrive and she actually had a solution for me. She told me to go to http://www.dubbomidstate.com.au/dubbo-accommodation and look at the Dubbo accommodation portion of the website. She said it would be the perfect place for my in-laws to stay that’s close to the house, but far enough away for me to have peace of mind. I logged onto the site as soon as I returned home and looked at the Dubbo accommodations. Sure enough I was able to reserve a beautiful cabin for them in the Caravan Park for the entire two weeks they’d be staying with us. I told my husband about the Dubbo accommodations I’d found and even he was relieved to know his parents wouldn’t be staying with us. The great thing is that we can go see them anytime and even see some of the great things in the Caravan Park. Booking a Dubbo accommodation was the best thing I’ve done all year. For once I’m not dreading my in-laws being in town. I’m even a little excited to see what else the Caravan Park has to offer. Now, we just have to convince them that staying there is a good idea. I think they’ll agree as soon as they see how beautiful the place is; it’s such a great place they might not even complain.
There’s a raffle taking place at the school. Not only can family members and friends of the students enter it but staff members can too. It is not too often you hear staff members can enter something like this. It is being run by the headmaster and her assist. They aren’t allowed to enter, but everyone else is fair game. The headmaster had a brilliant idea.
The raffle is part of the fundraising the school is in charge of. It is to raise money for the after school programs. She wanted to get a weekend paid trip to the Dubbo caravan park. She provided the link, http://dubbomidstate.com.au/dubbo-accommodation/ rouseabout-cabin on the fliers and on the fundraising website to find out more about the Dubbo caravan park. The headmaster had spent time at the park with her family in the past and knew what a great trip it would be for other families. She was aware of the affordability of it. This was what gave her the great idea, she figured the raffle tickets sold would easily cover the price of a weekend reservation at one of the rouse about cabins and what ever money was let would be profit for the fundraiser. When creating the fundraising website and fliers she made reference to the zoo, the various museums and to putt-putt golf. She had a smart approach at getting as many potential raffle buyers as possible.
The raffle was advertised for about a month. The amount of tickets purchased was astounding. The price of the trip was covered within the first two days of sales. The month flew by and the raffle drawing was here in no time. Not only was everyone so excited to find out who the lucky winner would be but overall everyone was so pleased with the headmaster in coming up with such a brilliant fundraising idea.
Make your family happy with an accommodation Narrabri. Narrabri camping is the perfect opportunity to bond with your family and spend some quality time together. Get some exercise and fresh air all in the vacation. You will forget about the pressures of work and school when are laying under the night sky with your family.
If you make your accommodation in Narrabri, you can bring your dog. They are pet-friendly and their goal is for you and your family to enjoy a relaxed, complete family holiday. Dogs are not allowed in the villas but there is a veranda that is perfect for dogs. Pets should also always be on leashes when in the park because they do not want your dog getting lost. Narrabri camping is the perfect vacation spot for your entire family human and canine.
An accommodation Narrabri doesn’t just have to be somewhere you stop at, it can be a vacation for you, your family and your pet. The 7th night of stay is always free. Their rates are incomparable to others starting as low as $25 a night. Narrabri camping is an affordable way to spend time with your family and relax away from all of life’s distractions.
If you are not the type to sit and relax then there are activities that are perfect for you. They are conveniently located near many popular tourist attractions such as CSIRO Australia Telescope Facility, Narrabri Lake, the Pilliga Lake Hot Artesian Bore Baths and many more. An accommodation in Narrabri can be packed full of fun and adventures or as laid back you want it. Make your trip however you want it.
If you want to have fun packed trip then visit the Narrabri Fish Farm or Narrabri Lake. If you are looking for a place to hike or hide horses then Mount Kaputar National Park is roughly is a one hour drive from Narrabri in northern NSW. If you think a relaxing vacation is more you’re style then visit the Pilliga Lake Hot Artesian Bore Baths. If you want to learn then visit the CSIRO Australia Telescope Facility or the Old Gaol Heritage Museum.
Whatever type of vacation you are looking for Narrabri camping is the way to go. Plan out your trip and see as much or as little as you want. All families will enjoy an accommodation in Narrabri. Visit their website at http://www.narrabribigsky.com.au/narrabri-accommodation for more information.
When you make an accommodation in Narrabri, you have a variety of options to stay in. You can stay in the brand new merino villas, a powered site, or an unpowered Narrabri camping site.
The merino villas have separate bedrooms with bathrooms. One of the bedrooms has a queen size bed while the other bedroom has a double bed with a single bed over the top. The cabin has a kitchen with a stove and dining area and lounge room. These villas are perfect for families and come with free wifi and a flat screen television with a DVD player in the lounge room. Another great aspect of the villa is the porch. Many visitors like to enjoy meals on the porch and breathe in the fresh air of Narrabri. These villas are priced at $120 a night which is a great price for an accommodation in Narrabri.
The powered sites are intended for motorhomes, caravans and RVS. The site comes with town water and sullage. A clean amenities block is near the powered sites as well as a dump point, laundry and free gas bbqs. These sites cost $30 a night with the 7th night free! This is a great option for those of us who want to get the feel for camping but do not want to sleep on the ground.
The last option for an accommodation in Narrabri is an unpowered site. Narrabri camping is a great way to bond with the family and experience nature while sleeping amongst the trees and under the stars. You can hear the wildlife at night while you camp as well. These sites are shady and level, which make for a perfect place to set up a tent. These sites are close to all amenities and a dump site. Narrabri camping costs $25 a night with each additional adult costing $15.
No matter where you stay, you will have a great time in Narrabri. Another great quality of Narrabri camping is you can bring your dog! So go ahead and make your accommodation in Narrabri plans for a merino villa, a powered site or an unpowered site and don’t forget to bring your dog.
Little girls in pink tutus used to intimidate me before I became a dad. I recall my niece when she was a little girl. It was more than just the tutus, it was the Barbie dolls and the pulling her hair up that got to me. I used to think to myself, how will I do it? My wife and I knew we wanted to have children and I was excited for the day I became a father. I always thought a little boy would be so perfect. I knew I could handle that. But a little girl, yikes!
So of course we had a little girl as our first child. I was overwhelmed with joy when we found out we were expecting. We decided not to find out the sex of the baby and let it be a surprise. I don’t know why but I just had a feeling it would be a boy, that’s what I knew I would be comfortable with. Well, there was a different plan in mind apparently.
Low and behold, we had a girl. I couldn’t stop crying, what a man I was, right? Everyone assumed they were tears of joy but I’m not too sure.Well, of course Bella became the love of our lives and I learned how to raise a little girl. She quickly was wearing that pink tutu. I took her all over for her competitions.
One trip sticks out to me. I was so happy when I found out the competition was close to Dubbo caravan parks so I had to make an accommodation in Dubbo to stay over for a weekend competition. To get more info I went to the Dubbo caravan parks website and made a reservation for one of the ringers cabins. It was for just her and I. This Dubbo accommodation was magical. I don’t know what I was so intimidated by before she came along. I couldn’t imagine my life without her. I am going to miss those pink tutus one day.
Once a year, when the moon is just above the horizon and the trade winds
wind their way through the Tropic of Cancer at a pace that’s reminiscent of a
racehorse, the great region of Dubbo celebrates a time of good fortune and
harvest. Dubbo is rich with history. It’s origin predates that of most of the living
beings that live on this island we call Australia, and that heritage and history is
celebrated each year, at the Dubbo Caravan Parks.
This year I refuse to miss out on the celebration, and so I booked my ticket
early and got a great spot inside one of the famed self contained
accommodation Dubbo units. These units are great for what I need them for – I’m
bringing my 4 friends as well as my wife, and the space provided is more than I
can say about my own house.
When we get to Dubbo, we’ll not have to worry about what to do in the days and
hours leading up to the big event, because Dubbo is absolutely flooded with
things to do, inside the park and outside the park. If you’re dying to know more
specifics about the place you can find out here. But for those of you who are
looking for a bit more mystery and adventure, I’d hate to ruin it for you by telling
you what you can expect to find. All you really need to know is that if you have a
child, Dubbo is right for you. If you have a pet, Dubbo is right for you. They even have pet friendly accommodations at Dubbo. If you want
to camp, Dubbo is right for you. If you have a car, van, RV, or are walking up on
foot, say it with me folks – Dubbo is right for you. Now, who’s coming to the yearly
celebration? I can’t wait.
Are you visiting Goulburn sometime soon? Or maybe you live nearby and you need something fun and different to do with your family? The best thing you can do is check out Goulburn camping. Specifically, the Goulburn Caravan Park. It won’t be a run of the mill camping trip at Goulburn Caravan Park. First of all, you don’t have to have a camper or tent to stay there. Sure, you can bring one of those if you want, but they offer a multitude of other options. You can choose from bungalows and cabins that are all different sizes. You can even get one with all the luxuries of home inside, if you’d rather have a more modernized Goulburn camping experience.
The other great thing about Goulburn camping at the caravan park is how much their is to do there. It’s the perfect place for a family trip. The park itself has tons of stuff to do; putt-putt, hiking, and a whole lot more. If you want to see all the stuff they have to offer, just check out their website. Another plus is that the Goulburn camping site isn’t far from a bunch of other sites and attractions your family could enjoy.
Stop trying to find a hotel to stay in or a theme park to go to. Take your family to do some Goulburn Camping in the caravan park. You’ll be happy you did.
Don’t forget to log on to http://goulburnsouthcp.com.au to book your cabin or bungalow today!
It’s always a hassle when the in-laws come to town; they always stay at our house instead of a hotel and I never feel like we have enough room. Not to mention their constant nagging and complaining about our house, my cooking, and everything else they can possibly think of. So, when my husband told me they’d be coming for two weeks this year I wasn’t exactly thrilled about the idea.
I kept racking my brain, trying to figure out an alternative to having them in our guest room for two whole weeks. I mentioned this to my friend a few days before they were scheduled to arrive and she actually had a solution for me. She told me to go to http://www.goulburnsouthcp.com.au and look at the Goulburn accommodation portion of the website. She said it would be the perfect place for my in-laws to stay that’s close to the house, but far enough away for me to have peace of mind.
I logged onto the site as soon as I returned home and looked at the Goulburn accommodations. Sure enough I was able to reserve a beautiful cabin for them in the Caravan Park for the entire two weeks they’d be staying with us. I told my husband about the Goulburn accommodations I’d found and even he was relieved to know his parents wouldn’t be staying with us. The great thing is that we can go see them anytime and even see some of the great things in the Caravan Park.
Booking a Goulburn accommodation was the best thing I’ve done all year. For once I’m not dreading my in-laws being in town. I’m even a little excited to see what else the Caravan Park has to offer. Now, we just have to convince them that staying there is a good idea. I think they’ll agree as soon as they see how beautiful the place is; it’s such a great place they might not even complain.
My daughter is pet-sitting her aunt’s dog, Thunder. I say it this way because I said yes to the dog-sitting as long as she took on most of the responsibility. My daughter is thirteen and I thought this would be a good opportunity so see if she has what it takes to have a dog of her own. Yup, that’s right, she has been hounding (pun intended) me and my husband for a dog of our own for years. We are too busy, that is what we keep telling her. We aren’t lying, it’s true. We both work full-time. You hear horror stories of parents getting a puppy and the kids fail to help with responsibilities a dog carries with them.
So let’s put our daughter to the test. She doesn’t know this is an official test. Perhaps she may think something along the lines of it but we’ll see what happens. I thought to add a twist to the week of having Thunder. I search for a Narrabri pet friendly accommodation. I thought it would be fun to take him away with us for a couple of days, really mix it up. I came to the weblink page of the caravan park in Narrabri. I immediately saw that it was a pet friendly camping park. This would be perfect for what I had in mind.
My husband and I would see how our daughter is with Thunder when at home for the week then away for the weekend. What also is good about having it be my sister’s dog is that he’s a puppy. Puppies require more attention, training and more cleaning up after. Thankfully we are all very fond of Thunder, for this will be a very interesting weekend with the anticipation of some hard work and ultimately lots of fun. Our daughter will have the chance to see how Thunder is with other dogs while walking him through the park with other dogs.
Keep this a secret, but I hope my daughter does a fantastic job!
I am outside playing with my children in our backyard most afternoons, if the weather permits. We have a swing set that the kids love to play on. We also have a huge sandbox where the kids build sand castles. I bring them out big buckets that we keep in our garage and fill them with water. You can’t build sand castles with dry sand. The kids are getting pretty creative with their building abilities! I am thinking about searching for some sand castle contests for them to perhaps enter into. I am sure there are such contests.
It was our typical afternoon, after school, playing in the backyard. I was in the garage grabbing some of the big buckets so I could fill them with water for the kids. All of a sudden I heard the kids yelling. I dropped the buckets and ran to the backyard. I didn’t know what I was going to come out to.
You would never believe it, a cute little doggy was running around the yard. Picking up balls around the yard, saying hi to the kids. I didn’t really know what to think. I don’t know this dog so I put the kids in the house. He seems harmless but I need to be safe. I put the puppy in our fenced in porch. He was content there. I gave him some water.
My first thought was the caravan parks Narrabri down the street. I know it is pet friendly. He probably got away from his owners. That was going to be my first attempt of getting this pup back to where he came from. I went onto the internet to visit their website to find a phone number I could call. Hopefully someone contacted their front desk to report a missing dog. I would love to be the hero for this dog and his family.
Guess what? I was the hero!