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Why not enjoy the experience of visiting the lovely rose-filled
town gardens and take a town heritage walk along the riverfront?
The closing ceremony is ‘Light the Night’, with all proceeds
going to the Leukaemia Foundation.
A new rose named after Renmark will be released this year.
The rose can be seen in full bloom during the festival around
the town fountain in the centre of Renmark. Renmark’s Rose
can be purchased at the fair or from the Renmark Rose Festival
Visitors come from all over Australia and from overseas to the
‘famous Renmark Rose Festival’ (as described by Better Homes
and Gardens). Book your accommodation early – there are great
caravan parks throughout the Riverland. For further information
on the festival, visit www.renmarkroses.com. ●
Renmark Rose Festival 2012
Full program can be viewed at
Held 19th October-28th
Take time out to smell the roses!
Renmark is the garden centre of the
Riverland, so join us in the many festivities.
Open gardens, Floral Display, Floral
Demonstration, Chef in the Garden,
Candle-lit Supper, Cabaret, Festival Fair,
Mystery Bus Tour and River Cruises. A new
rose release named Renmark’s Rose can be
Image: Renmark’s Rose
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Cobdogla Irrigation & Steam Museum
Park Terrace, Cobdogla S.A.
• See the world’s only working Humphery Pump, Blackstone Engine, Fowler
Ploughing Engine & other stationary engines. • Ride on the Bagnall Steam Train,
Diesel Loco • View National Trust • Internment Camp Displays
• BBQ, Refreshments & Souvenirs available.
2012: September 30th Humphrey Pump & Steam Day.
December 22nd & 29th Twilight Train Rides
2013: January 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th Twilight Train Rides | March 10th Steam Day
March 31st Humphrey Pump & Steam Day | April 21st Steam Day
Diesel train rides will usually be offered on Sundays 1pm to 3pm, subject to operator
availability. $4 per head per ride. Children under 5 years free.
All dates subject to change.
Enquiries to: Barmera Visitor Information Centre.
Tel. (08) 8588 2289 business hours Fax. (08) 8588 2777
After hours (08) 8588 7186, (08) 8588 2323, (08) 8582 2603
Museum Tel. (08) 8588 7055 Sundays only Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Caravan Park is one
of the quietest, most
peaceful and serene holiday
places you could visit. We
are on the edge of the small
town of Cobdogla in South
Australia’s Riverland. Our
front yard is a large lagoon
with a channel leading out
to the Murray River.
The powered sites are large with lawn and shady trees.
Both en suite and non ensuite cabins are well appointed to
make our guests as comfortable as possible. We do have a
camp kitchen with a barbeque, playground on one side and
the pool on the other. For caravans with ensuites, we do
have a dump point.
What is so special about Cobdogla Caravan Park?
Our location is what makes us special. We are well off the
highway at the end of town so noise is not an annoying
factor. Being on the lagoon and near the river, long walks
are easy to do. If you are interested in birds you will not be
disappointed. In need of rest? Then all you need to do is get
out a seat and sit in the shade with a book and perhaps sip
on some local wine.
Cobdogla Station Caravan Park
Where else would you rather be?
• Modern ensuite cabins
• Large shady powered sites
• Animal yard
• Pool, BBQ area and playground
• Kayaks available for hire
• Mooring point for guest boats
• Situated close to family-friendly hotel,
general store and internet café
A quiet, family orientated park, situated right on the
Murray Riv e r. There is plenty of room to move with
large grassed and shady sites. Ta k e out a canoe or put
your feet up by the pool and relax.
Shueard Road, Cobdogla
Ph: (08) 8588 7164 Email: email@example.com
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