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King Valley Camping
Robyn
post Jan 31 2012, 07:29 AM
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Hi - we recently camped at Edi Cutting in the King Valley - highly recommend it to all. It's a little bit hidden but definitely worth the trouble. Enter via the Whitfield end of the road. There are pit toilets and you are right on the river. From here we visited the local wineries for lunch and had some amazing meals. The most amazing find however was the menu in the public bar of the Mountainview hotel in Whitfield - foodies paradise!!!



Thanks for the tip, will check it out next time we're up that way!
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Hi - we recently camped at Edi Cutting in the King Valley - highly recommend it to all. It's a little bit hidden but definitely worth the trouble. Enter via the Whitfield end of the road. There are pit toilets and you are right on the river. From here we visited the local wineries for lunch and had some amazing meals. The most amazing find however was the menu in the public bar of the Mountainview hotel in Whitfield - foodies paradise!!!
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