Fwd: RFI - north Victoria (possible Easter visit)

Subject: Fwd: RFI - north Victoria (possible Easter visit)
From: Cheryl Ridge <>
Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2007 17:57:43 -0700 (PDT)

I am just bumping this topic in the hope some people
might be able to offer some input before everyone
decides to go away for Easter :-)

Thankyou to those who have already emailed me - the
information has been most helpful.

I should mention that we don't need to stay put, are
willing to move on and could survive one or two days
without access to 'real' showers and toilets :-)

Thanks in advance


--- Cheryl Ridge <> wrote:

> Date: Sun, 1 Apr 2007 17:33:16 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Cheryl Ridge <>
> Subject: RFI - north Victoria (possible Easter
> visit)
> To: 
> Hello again
> We are toying with the idea of north Victoria. We
> may
> still be having our Collie with us so any camping
> would probably be restricted to state forests or
> 'dog
> friendly' places.
> Am sure I could tie in a couple of brief National
> Park
> visits while my other half minds the dog somewhere.
> So would appreciate some advice on the most
> 'rewarding' places to visit for birds, roughly
> heading
> north of Melbourne and up towards the Murray. Bare
> in
> mind that good views and photographic
> opportunities are probably more important to me than
> 'twitching'. Our vehicle is 2wd.
> Keen to hear from people who know the areas or have
> visited recently - sample itineraries or any 'must
> do'
> places are welcome.
> Thankyou in advance
> Cheryl Ridge
> Melbourne


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