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Gympie Muster trip

Posted by Shawn Paris on September 11, 2012 at 6:45 AM

Now-Remembered Australians Inc. members recently went on a trip to Gympie Muster. 

We stayed at the beautiful Big4 Noosa Bougainvillia Holiday park, where the service was great, and we enjoyed the facilities- a heated pool; games room with pool, table tennis, air hockey and arcade games; giant chess set and jumping pillow.

We arrived in time for a barbecue lunch on the Friday before heading out to the Muster in the late afternoon. With three days of live music, and plenty to choose from, there was something for everyone. Some chose to visit the beach at Noosa on Saturday morning, while others opted to spend as much time as possible at the Muster.

We managed a huge breakfast of bacon and eggs in the camp kitchen at Noosa before departing on Sunday morning to spend the rest of the day at the Muster. 

Thanks to all who came, to all who helped out during the trip, and to all who worked to make it possible!

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Reply Prisha
3:50 AM on May 19, 2017 
Its very nice dears. Maleny is one of many small towns in Australia that are quickly becoming popular as a tourist destination. Once a town that relied on the timer trade and dairy farming is now quickly becoming a very popular tourist destination.
Reply Aish
3:45 AM on May 23, 2017 
Gympie is a regional city in the Wide Bay-Burnett region of Queensland, Australia. It is about 160 kilometres north of the state capital, Brisbane.