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Tourist’s letter to the council

Dear Kingston District Council,
Nanjing Night Net

Firstly I would like to thank you for providing such a great facilities, such as the Kingston RV Park. This is wonderful place for us travelers to stopover and discover your great little town.

Secondly, the main point of this email. After being told about this park by a fellow traveler, at our last stop we parked up at your RV facility yesterday. We headed into town to have lunch at one of your cafes in the Main Street. Great coffee and good food. We then went back to our caravan and later went to the Royal Mail Hotel for a few drinks and a great meal.

Today we went to the Wool Store Cafe and had our morning coffee and made a decision to come back tomorrow for breakfast. Well that will not happen. We then moved on to the Information Centre where we were warmly welcomed and made a $20 donation to the RV facility (receipt No. 93298). Then continued on to the news agency to buy magazines.We then returned to our van.

Later we went back to town and had lunch at one of the cafes in the Main Street. Again great food and service. We then returned back to our van to do some reading and have an afternoon nap expecting to head out to buy fish and chips for dinner.

I was awoken by one of your staff members and asked if we stayed in the park last night? I replied yes, only a to be told that the park had a 24 hour stay limit. I was totally surprised as I did not see any signs on the way in. I tried to plea my case but it was very plain that I had to move on. This was despite there only being two other RV in the park. This was 4:55pm. We moved on with a very bitter taste in our mouths.

We had spent in the excess of $200 in our short stay in your town and would have spent more. Most free RV places in similar towns have at least a 48 hour stay period. On leaving we found the 24 hour sign which was not that clear as it is the third item on the board.

My suggestions are as follows:

Regards,

Bruce Worsley

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