Region - Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland was a popular place for campers over the Labour Day long weekend.
Around 140 people stayed for the long weekend, the highest ever number for this weekend and with lots of open space, shady trees, views of the Grampians mountains and wonderful weather, many of the guests commented on how much they enjoyed staying at Grampians Paradise.
"Geoff Manton with his family, wife Emma, and three children returned to camp at Grampians Paradise for the Labour Day long weekend, following their latest stay at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland for the Christmas to new year holidays," Aidan Banfield from Grampians Paradise said.
"Geoff first stayed at the site of Grampians Paradise in 1982, as a child, for adventure family camps run on Redman Farm. These summer camps induced rock climbing, sailing, bush walking and kayaking.
"Geoff with his parents and siblings came year after year to the adventure camps at Redman Farm as he grew up, and now has come back to the site of his childhood memories, bringing his own children to Grampians Paradise."