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They come from far and wide to get CC service. Perth, Kalgoorlie, Esperance and Jerimungup. Happy caravaning from all the team at Camerons. ... See moreSee less

They come from far and wide to get CC service. Perth, Kalgoorlie, Esperance and Jerimungup. Happy caravaning from all the team at Camerons.

 

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Love that place. You worked so hard to get us back on the road for our long lap last year . Even if we did come fro NSW.

Thank you Shane & all the team . Great customer service. Very happy.

Big holiday coming up looks great 😀😀

Best dealers ever.

Cameron Caravans is in Pakenham, Victoria.
Cameron Caravans

Wow. After visiting the Willow RV factory today I am even more impressed. If you haven't called it work to see them yet? Put it on your list of things to do. ... See moreSee less

Wow. After visiting the Willow RV factory today I am even more impressed. If you havent called it work to see them yet? Put it on your list of things to do.

 

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What were the things that impressed you about the factory?

I wonder what the pricing is like...

Steve

Just in from Colin.
I have just had the pleasure of hooking up the van and headed out to lake Nunijup for a well earned break and just relax.
Boss lady had recent surgery and was instructed no work or running after husband for a while ( some people do go to extremes to get out of work) so no better excuse was needed, throw in some tucker and go.
7 days of peace and quiet was looking good and the lake didn't disappoint with only 1 day out of 7 A bit wet and windy so with the diesel heater cranked up and tv on it wasn't a hard day.
On one of the nice sunny mornings we had been for a nice bush walk and I was kicking back in my chair relaxing when a vehicle appears and as it drew closer it was Bethany funerals hearse pulling up near our camp.
Now I wasn't sure whether they knew something I didn't so I thought I better check my pulse just in case but I seemed ok and realised it wasn't there for me.
Next thing there was an influx of around 70 people who had come to day goodbye to one of the original local legends who had been in the area for more than 90 years and Nunijup was a large part of his life.
It was an honour to be camping in such a great spot at the same time the man who made it all possible was there for his last look at the lake which just happened to be full of baby swans.
But the time has come to pack up and head for home and get back to reality.
Van washed and put away again just waiting for an excuse to hook up and go again.
... See moreSee less

Just in from Colin.
I have just had the pleasure of hooking up the van and headed out to lake Nunijup for a well earned break and just relax.
Boss lady had recent surgery and was instructed no work or running after husband for a while ( some people do go to extremes to get out of work) so no better excuse was needed, throw in some tucker and go.
7 days of peace and quiet was looking good and the lake didnt disappoint with only 1 day out of 7 A bit wet and windy so with the diesel heater cranked up and tv on it wasnt a hard day.
On one of the nice sunny mornings we had been for a nice bush walk and I was kicking back in my chair relaxing when a vehicle appears and as it drew closer it was Bethany funerals hearse pulling up near our camp.
Now I wasnt sure whether they knew something I didnt so I thought I better check my pulse just in case but I seemed ok and realised it wasnt there for me.
Next thing there was an influx of around 70 people who had come to day goodbye to one of the original local legends who had been in the area for more than 90 years and Nunijup was a large part of his life.
It was an honour to be camping in such a great spot at the same time the man who made it all possible was there for his last look at the lake which just happened to be full of baby swans.
But the time has come to pack up and head for home and get back to reality.
Van washed and put away again just waiting for an excuse to hook up and go again.

 

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I'm pretty sure there's a few special moments that were forgotten in this post 🤣 but so glad they could get away for the week, and relax and enjoy what they love best x

Nice one Colin it’s such a great spot.

Looks lovely..on my list ..thank you😉

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