Shredding our electricals

Autumn 2017

In the Murray Valley we head out of town to a camp at Tallangatta Creek which happens to be closed, on our return to town we are tooted by a passing car and realise that our caravan lights aren’t working and the plug is hanging on the road shredded. The local servo tells us that a plug should be in tomorrow. Tomorrow never comes.

The auto electrician in Corryong is a wizard and does a great job of replacing the plug and giving us tourism tips. He suggests that we use Corryong as a base and drive up through the Alps without the van so we grab ourselves a site at Colac Colac (pronounced ‘clack clack’) Caravan Park beside the pretty Nariel Creek. We find heaven.

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Nariel Creek, Corryong, Vic
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8 thoughts on “Shredding our electricals

  1. Beautiful areaand some lovely free camps around there on the various rivers and creeks. We dropped our trailer plug out on the Gibb 3 years ago. Shredded it completely. Luckily lights are not really critical on the Gibb as there isnt much traffic and no one drives at night. Picked up a new plug in Kununurra and fixed it while we stayed at Home Valley.

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