In southern NSW, we prop at the Temora Aviation Caravan Park which is located in the airport grounds. Good amenities, grassy sites with power and water and a view of the airstrip. You see this town has focussed on airplane tourism. They have sold off chunks of airport land as house and hangar packages to owners of airplanes. The Temora Aircraft Museum is only a short walk from the caravan park. It has a large collection of old war birds and all are in working condition. The town has regular air shows when the planes are flown. Temora, was once home to champion trotter Paleface Adios also known as The Temora Torpedo. An interesting town indeed and a good half day is needed to see all that the museum has to offer.