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A houseboat holiday on the Murray
is the most relaxing and enjoyable
holiday you can experience.
Relax while the majestic river quietly
meanders past, watch the bountiful
wildlife all around and enjoy all this
with friends or family aboard.
What about then enjoying all this in
5 star luxury? Lazi One has every
luxury that you could want on board
Enjoy a Lazi holiday
– reverse-cycle air-conditioning in
every room, spa, dishwasher, T Vs
and luxury comfortable furnishings.
Other luxuries include a free
shopping service – they can
complete your food and beverage
shopping and have everything
loaded on board before you arrive.
All you need to do is bring your
clothes, relax and enjoy!
ALL SEASONS Sightseeing
Tours take you to all the
Pick-up from home most occasions
Whether it is the Great Ocean Road, Victoria’s Dandenongs or Tasmania you want to experience, Tour
Operator Jim Scott will make it memorable and ensure you see all the sights in air-conditioned comfort.
Don’t want to miss that great show not playing in Adelaide? Book one of All Seasons popular Theatre
Tours designed especially for the Arts lover or join one of the fun-filled Pokie Tours. If you want that
extra bit of excitement in life, call Jim to arrange your next great tour – See you on the coach!
• Melb Flower Show and Ballarat Begonia Fest – Mar 29th, 4 day
$600pp • Easter in Pt. Lincoln – Apr 23rd, 6 day $1,156pp
• Great Ocean Road – May 14th, 6 day $1,029pp • Dr Zhivago
musical, Her Majesties Melb – Apr 15th, 3 day $540pp
• Phantom sequel, “Love Never Dies”, Regent Melb – June 10th
$524pp • Tassie Spring Tour – Oct 19th, 8 day $2,250pp
Ring (08) 8325 2355 or
0419 849 375 for great prices!
CTS Licence Number TTA 156750
Lazi One is located at Renmark, South Australia and has been rated 5 Star
Wesite : www.laziriver.com.au Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact : Troy and Cathy Lowe – 0419 220 888
There’s nothing like getting away as
a means of lifting your spirits.
Why not join operator Jim Scott on
one of the great coach tours he has
You’ll travel in style as the 21-seat
coach has all the comforts of a
passenger car – it is airconditioned,
fitted with seat belted coach seats
and has large tinted windows.
Travel in style
If you are new to coach travel,
try one of the great day tours to
Chateau Barrosa tour/taste & lunch
or come and enjoy a great musical
day with Barry Hall at Lavande
and Peter and Rhonda at Pryers.
You may just enjoy a drive in the
country to Lady Bay with lunch.
So join in the fun and call Jim
at All Seasons on 8325 2355 to
book your choice of adventure.
on the River at Mannum
• Great Pub Meals
• TAB • Pokies
• Boathouse Bar & Bistro
• Overlooking the Murray
Lunch: 12-2 Dinner: 6-8
OPEN 7 DAYS
(08) 8555 2234
P.O. Box 99, Goolwa 5214
Watch the river go by
Like Mannum, home of the paddle
steamer, the multi-award winning
Pretoria Hotel sits on the banks of
the mighty Murray River rich in its
You are invited to drop in, be greeted
by the friendly staff and enjoy true
country hospitality and a cold drink
at the original Front Bar which still
displays the old 1956 flood marker.
For delicious food with magnificent
views just watching the river go by,
the Boathouse Bar & Bistro reflects
all the old charm of the paddleboat
Relaxing getaway at
There’s no better spot for your next
relaxing Fleurieu getaway than
Hindmarsh Island Caravan Park
set in an area covering 22 acres of
Family friendly, on-site managers,
shaded sites and the nearby
Coorong a haven for water activities
and birdlife – your stay will be truly
memorable and refreshing.
You may also be able to holiday with
your pets. Phone 8555 2234.
Overseas travelling tips
The months are starting to get
cooler and for some older travelers,
that may mean a trip overseas in
search of warmer climes.
All travellers should plan carefully to
ensure their health and safety while
away. However, older people have a
few extra concerns.
Some suggestions while planning
your trip so your adventure goes as
smoothly as possible:
• Consult with your travel agent.
Many tour operators specialise
in accommodating the needs of
• Find out about the medical facilities
in the areas you will be visiting;
• Research important factors such
as climate, language and culture.
Buy a guide book and read it
before you go;
• Make arrangements for
wheelchairs, guide dogs and
seating needs well in advance;
• Organise travel insurance with pre-
existing illness cover if needed;
• If you are concerned about your
health, arrange to go on a package
Before getting on the plane, see your
doctor for a complete medical check-
up. This is especially important if
you have coronary heart disease,
hypertension or any other chronic
condition, or if you have recently
undergone surgery or experienced a
Discuss any particular health
concerns you may have, such as
dietary changes and the possible
impact of different eating habits on
your specific condition.
People with diabetes will need
medical advice on how to safely
stagger their medications to fit a
different time zone.
Australia has a reciprocal health care
agreement with some countries, for
emergency care. Non-emergency
health care is only offered if delaying
medical attention until returning home
is unreasonable. Check with Medicare
for an up-to-date list of countries
participating in reciprocal health care
agreements. Remember that travel
health insurance is still needed.
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