There aren’t too many motorhomers who don’t know about Lowburn Reserve on the side of Lake Dunstan and how nice it is. It is just north of Cromwell on the main road through to Wanaka.
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Leaving Omakau, Fiona decided she hadn’t had enough riding so she started off on the bike towards Alexandra while I went to the Omakau dump station and did the filling and emptying and then headed off to Alex.
About an hour or so later, I met Fiona at the old Station carpark on the bike trail and we had lunch.
With the sun shining and the forecast for fine weather well into the distance, we thought Lowburn would get be a good spot to stay. We had about 3 days before Helen and Glenys arrived from Auckland to get Helen and Rob’s house ready for their retirement sometime late next year.
On our first night here, I bumped into Jeff and Sheryl who I had met in Kaiteriteri who was waiting for the Hoedown to start at the racecourse.
Every night we met someone new which was great. Mostly friendly South Islanders.
We have stayed here years ago when we had our little caravan wee Rafe.
Its a great spot and its free. A fantastic place to stay.
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the water up the side road is some of the best we would always fill up there
On 11 January 2018 at 00:16, Bugger It, we are off – http://www.buggeritweareoff.com wrote:
> Chris Miller – Buggeritweareoff.com posted: “There aren’t too many > motorhomers who don’t know about Lowburn Reserve on the side of Lake > Dunstan and how nice it is. It is just north of Cromwell on the main road > through to Wanaka. Click on an Image for Hi Res Leaving Omakau, Fiona > decided sh” >
It is spring water and it’s amazing!
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