GORV - Digital Magazine Issue #65 - Page 74

THE WALLABY TRACK WITH LIONEL MUSSELL

HOT SPRINGS MUSTER

WHAT BETTER PLACE TO HAVE A MUSTER THAN THE INNOT HOT SPRINGS IN QUEENSLAND ?

The local ACC Rainforest Ramblers were having their June muster at the Innot Hot Springs so I decided to go along and join them . I go through the little hamlet when coming and going to Walkamin , Qld , most years .
As usual , the weather on the twisty and hilly road from Atherton to Ravenshoe was wet and very foggy but it was good to be driving Yemmy again after a few weeks of being stationary . After Ravenshoe it cleared up and was fine for the weekend .
For various reasons , there were only four of us there , two from the Ramblers and two of us ' Lone Trekkers ’, but we still had a great time .
The caravan park was very busy and there were a lot of people taking a dip in the springs , some in the treated pools in the park at various temperatures and others in the springs themselves . I stayed dry – someone had to take the pics !
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The local hotel was our Saturday evening outing . We walked across the bridge and we enjoyed our food . For a small pub they put on a good meal .
The van park and hotel are under the same management and were changing owners when we were there .
BACK AT WALKAMIN
The park was very busy last weekend . A group of RVs from the local branch of the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia came to stay and joined in with our Quiz and Hot Dog evening .
It was fun and Dallas ( co-owner of the park ) was the MC . The food was delicious and the questions hard , but it was a very enjoyable evening . Everyone got an ice cream at the end of the night served by the other co-owner , Dallas ’ s hubby , Mark .
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