Hay Showground is smaller than most at first glance, but like other showground’s it’s good value. It seems to have two sides. I didn’t look at the other side but I believe it’s for larger rigs.
Note: We stayed here before border closures and lock-down!!
As we drove in with our 21ft van and ute we were a little worried that we might not be able to turn around upon leaving. We found a spot for the night though and had no worries when driving out.
You can have water and power connection or neither if you want a cheaper stay. We chose power and water which was $20 for the night. We got to do some much needed washing with our own washing machine.
There is plenty of shade below the trees and you are surrounded by greenery. For larger rigs the other end of Hay Showground is possibly better.
The caretaker came in the afternoon to collect our money, she seems chatty and friendly and a bit of a character.
There are two sets of toilets and showers both are supper clean and not far away. The dump point is over the road
We only stayed the night as we were heading back to Queensland to where we felt at home. As with our donation camp at Echuca we didn’t venture out but it was a good place to stop for the night.
Well guys, time goes on with this isolation stuff and must be getting fatter as my bathroom scales told me off,
“one person at a time”.
Hi Trinh & Dennis
LOL…. Yes, our Isolation body’s are going great guns 🙁
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