Hattah RFI

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Subject: Hattah RFI
From: John Leonard <>
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2005 12:05:08 +1100
The only time I have camped at the main camp-ground it was a long weekend and the camp-ground was packed. One group of vehilces had a noisy deisel generator and played loud rock music until 2am.
So at 6am, when I got up to leave, I made sure I drove noisily past their tents!
John Leonard

On 11/3/05, David Stowe Photography <> wrote:
Hi all
I am heading to Hattah-Kulkyne NP for a crazy weekend jaunt from Sydney in mid December to show a bit of the vastness etc of Australia to a visiting South African friend. We won;t have a lot of time but was wondering if anyone could give me any tips on some of the rarer birds and where to find them. Grasswrens, Heathwrens, Gilbert's Whistler etc would be fantastic!!
I have only been there once before and we camped at the main campground near Lake Hattah rather than Lake Mournpall. (It was the only lake with water in it back then and even it was drying up rapidly)
Which would people suggest is the better campground?
I have already told Martin that I will be looking out for Egrets and I have my homework from him! (Thanks again Martin).
Thanks in advance.
Dave Stowe

John Leonard
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