Murray River Hideaway Holiday Park - 300 sunny days per year on average.......come and enjoy some!
HIDEAWAY HAPPENINGS
Snap Shots
 
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Easter 2012
Easter 2012
Look who has come for a visit!
Easter 2012
Easter 2012
The Easter Bunny arrived on our firetruck & delivered Easter eggs.
New Year's Eve Celebrations
New Year's Eve Celebrations
Park owner Mal helps our holiday makers bring in 2012!
New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve
The pools are popular when the mercury hits 35!
Welcome to the Murray River Hideaway Bodgie Bocce Club
Welcome to the Murray River Hideaway Bodgie Bocce Club
Members from L to R are Olle, Phil, Royce, Matt, Shane & Dave.
Can you spot the curlew.
Can you spot the curlew.
The Bush Stone-curlew is native to Australia with a very broad habitat. They are a bush dwelling wader.
January 2011
January 2011
Otherwise known as the Bush Thick-knee or Southern Stone-curlew, this Bush Stone-curlew has been hanging around our park for a few weeks now.
The curlew has been attracted to our park because of all the recent rains.
The curlew has been attracted to our park because of all the recent rains.
This one has taken up residence in our camping ground.
This one has taken up residence in our camping ground.
Another cabin comes in to Murray River Hideaway
Another cabin comes in to Murray River Hideaway
November 2010
Again we had issues with trees
Again we had issues with trees
It was a tight squeeze - hold your breath everyone!
It was a tight squeeze - hold your breath everyone!
The gate post is removed to make more room
The gate post is removed to make more room
Finally in the park
Finally in the park
Just put it here please
Just put it here please
Looking good, almost there.............
Looking good, almost there.............
At last!
At last!
This 2 bedroom cabin is now ready for our tourists. It is also for sale $70k
This 2 bedroom cabin is now ready for our tourists. It is also for sale $70k
The Murray River in flood. Sep '10.
The Murray River in flood. Sep '10.
There was a lot of conjecture this week as to the likelihood of our park flooding.
Finally, the Barmah National Park gets a drink.
Finally, the Barmah National Park gets a drink.
Hundreds of thousands of megalitres are released into the Murray system.
 : The banks of the river eventually overflow.
The banks of the river eventually overflow.
 : The floodwater ultimately reaches the levee bank.
The floodwater ultimately reaches the levee bank.
 : Everybody kept a close eye on the water level
Everybody kept a close eye on the water level
 : The flood remains comfortably contained within the levee.
The flood remains comfortably contained within the levee.
What's this coming down our road!
What's this coming down our road!
Steve and Jacqui are regular Annuals in our park who are upgrading to a cabin.
 : Steve and Jacqui have 2 teenage children (Taylor and Courtney) and needed a bit more room to spread out.
Steve and Jacqui have 2 teenage children (Taylor and Courtney) and needed a bit more room to spread out.
 : It was a long day. First there were delays because of fog on the Hume Fwy then they needed to negotiate Wasers Rd.
It was a long day. First there were delays because of fog on the Hume Fwy then they needed to negotiate Wasers Rd.
 : At 5.5 metres wide, this is the widest load that can be transported on public roads.
At 5.5 metres wide, this is the widest load that can be transported on public roads.
 : Congratulations on a well organized move.
Congratulations on a well organized move.
One for the bragging board!
One for the bragging board!
Sash Poposki (centre) managed to reel in a huge cod while fishing nearby. The stats are 1.04m and 18kg. Now that's a cod!
 : Sash was ably assisted by Sam Kaptan (left) and Sal Demasi (right). The boys are all from the Northern Suburbs. This beauty was caught Saturday morning 17 April 2010.
Sash was ably assisted by Sam Kaptan (left) and Sal Demasi (right). The boys are all from the Northern Suburbs. This beauty was caught Saturday morning 17 April 2010.
Welcome back Maria.
Welcome back Maria.
Maria and her new beau Phil move on to site 22. Saturday 17 April 2010. Maria used to own a van on site 25, now occupied by Gavin and Tania.
Help is at hand!
Help is at hand!
Thanks to Matt and Heather the job moves along quickly.
Keep at it.
Keep at it.
We need the roof on before dark.
Now we're getting somewhere.
Now we're getting somewhere.
Maria and Matt do the heavy lifting, Phil makes himself useful while Heather ensures everything runs smoothly.