Tourists amuse themselves until warmer weather arrives

INDOOR activities have been a popular option for campers across the windy, wet south-west for the past two days.
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Movies and shopping were on the list for the Casey family, who call the Killarney campground home for about 10 days over the Christmas-New Year period.

Jami Renkauskas, 8, with Shelby the black pup, with the extended Casey family from Geelong and the Surf Coast, who are sheltering from the wind and rain at Killarney Recreation Reserve while waiting for the beach weather to arrive. 141230AS01 Picture: AARON SAWALL

Sue and Gerry Casey and their children and grandchildren form a 25-strong group that travels from the Barwon Heads, Ocean Grove and Geelong areas with a caravan, camper and tents.

Mrs Casey said they started camping at Killarney about five years ago because it was a quiet reserve and their home towns had become very busy.

“It’s just a lovely break. We swim, fish and go surfing. We’re used to extreme heat, wind and rain. We’ve nearly been blown away this week,” she said.

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