2 – 5 October 2017
Our Ultimate is now over 2 years old (yes, time flies) so we thought that a service might be the order of the day, especially as we were going to be near Moruya – the home of Ultimate. This in mind, we had booked 3 nights at the Riverbreeze Holiday Park in Moruya, right on the river.
The camper was to be serviced on Wednesday, so on Tuesday we headed into Mogo for a look around. Mogo is a nice little country town that we hadn’t visited for a while, so it was nice to get back and spend some time there. We came back to the park after lunch for a relaxing afternoon. There was a jumping pillow and small playground that the kids enjoyed, as well as riding their bikes.
Early Wednesday morning we were up, packing up the camper, but leaving everything else set up and off for the service. During the service we headed into Batemans Bay for a spot of shopping. Once we had picked up the camper in the afternoon, we headed across the river to the Bowling Club to have a go at some barefoot bowls with the kids. This was great fun, and we all enjoyed it. Surprisingly, when we came back inside the club for dinner, the place was packed and we were lucky to get a table. It seems there weren’t many other options for dinner in Moruya on a Wednesday night!
A heavy, heavy dew on Wednesday night meant that we took quite a while to pack up and move on in the morning, as we were heading home and not planning to open up again – so needed the canvas to be totally dry. Eventually we were satisfied and on the road. Even though we only had a few days here, and that it was mainly for the purpose of having the camper serviced, we still had a good time. Moruya is a nice little town that we’ve enjoyed getting to know a little over the last couple of years. I’m sure we will be back at some point.
Nights here: 3
Total nights: 158
Trip distance: 115 + 325 = 440km
Total distance: 18,382km