Kapooka march out Nov 16

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Tim L
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Kapooka march out Nov 16

#1 Postby Tim L » Fri Sep 28, 2018 6:40 pm

My son has his march out on Nov 16th. Yes, it clashes with the ACT Queens, which is bad planning.
Just wondering if anyone from Wagga could recommend accommodation.

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Re: Kapooka march out Nov 16

#2 Postby ben_g » Fri Sep 28, 2018 7:21 pm

Could try The Townhouse

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Re: Kapooka march out Nov 16

#3 Postby mike H » Fri Sep 28, 2018 8:39 pm

Tim,
I live in Wagga Wagga,but really have no idea,unfortunately I will be away then,or you could have stopped with me.
Mike.

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Re: Kapooka march out Nov 16

#4 Postby Tim L » Sat Sep 29, 2018 8:12 am

Thanks Mike, it would have been good to catch up.
I think ACT Queens will mean anyone I'm likely to know will be away from home.
All good, the Golf View looks convenient.

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Re: Kapooka march out Nov 16

#5 Postby ben_g » Sat Sep 29, 2018 8:59 am

Convenient yes, nice, no.
It’s a rough end of town out there.

Stay in town like at the Mercure or the Townhouse.

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Re: Kapooka march out Nov 16

#6 Postby bainp » Sat Sep 29, 2018 6:14 pm

The Burring Motel at Lake Albert is good. My in-laws used to stay there regularly when visiting Wagga. They do not have a restaurant and it is not close to any restaurants, but both the Kooringal Hotel and the Thomas Blamey Tavern are just a short drive. The Burringa Motel is just off Red Hill Road which takes you almost to Kapooka.
The second Motel I could recommend is a Quality Inn, the Carriage House Motel. I attended quiet a number of conferences for my work there, and when staff from other centres visited Wagga, some would stay there. It is on the opposite side of town from Kapooka is the only drawback, but you can pick up good rooms at quite inexpensive rates from some of the motel booking websites like Wotif etc. The motels that ben g recommended are excellent but may be more expensive.
Regards - Philip (a Lake Albert resident).

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Re: Kapooka march out Nov 16

#7 Postby Tim L » Sat Sep 29, 2018 6:33 pm

Awesome. Thanks Phillip.


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