Wagga Wagga Beach Caravan Park a little after 5:00pm. Yes, it was still very hot and it didn't take Vaughan long to drench himself under the sprinkler!
It was good to see each tap had a water container, so the many birds were able to drink freely.
We chose a shady area and started to make camp about twenty minutes after arrival. Our new tents were easy to set up and everything was more or less organised by 7:00pm, when we headed down to the river to cool-off!
On looking over those times, our new tents and stretchers (with mats) made for a much quicker set-up than previous camping trips. We erected our ensuite between the two tents, to use as a changeroom during our stay. I don't think it's been taken away since our Mill Creek camping weekend in July 2011, so it was good to have it used - and being able to step into a private change area was great in the heat (as the tent windows stayed open throughout our stay).