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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoMick View Post
    Doesn't the NT require people from SEQ to quarantine?
    Is that : Question #1?

    What a good idea! An online trivia night. No 'Googling', now.
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    How about ZOOM ?
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    How about Cooyar Pub?

    After, um, Sunday.... maybe..
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    I was going to suggest a 'Covid' based theme, but realised that there are no correct answers, yet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro_The_Swift View Post
    How about Cooyar Pub?

    After, um, Sunday.... maybe..
    That's a good suggestion Pedro, we could camp there. Eat, drink and answer risk free.
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    Creek or showgrounds? I do realise that some folk on this forum are not as adventurous as others .

    The creek is a short walk to the rubbity.

    Depends how crowded, too. My informants are still reporting a gazzillion caravans ,en route to nowhere in particular, with decent camp spots, chockers. Includes out-of-the-way, free camps, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saitch View Post
    Creek or showgrounds? I do realise that some folk on this forum are not as adventurous as others .

    The creek is a short walk to the rubbity.

    Depends how crowded, too. My informants are still reporting a gazzillion caravans ,en route to nowhere in particular, with decent camp spots, chockers. Includes out-of-the-way, free camps, too.
    they are camping in / on forest roads and tracks all over the place

    went up to tuan forest for a job a couple of weeks ago and saw quite a few tucked away on side roads and tracks...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saitch View Post
    Creek or showgrounds? I do realise that some folk on this forum are not as adventurous as others .

    The creek is a short walk to the rubbity.

    Depends how crowded, too. My informants are still reporting a gazzillion caravans ,en route to nowhere in particular, with decent camp spots, chockers. Includes out-of-the-way, free camps, too.
    Camping is available behind the pub, for customers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V8Ian View Post
    Camping is available behind the pub, for customers.
    Planning a big night, Ian?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saitch View Post
    Planning a big night, Ian?
    Might be the only opportunity.
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