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Photos: Point Sinclair

AUSTRALIA | Friday, 14 May 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Photos: Perludi Beach

AUSTRALIA | Friday, 14 May 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Perludi Beach / Cactus Beach – Point Sinclair & Ceduna

AUSTRALIA | Friday, 14 May 2010 | Views [3727] | Comments [3]

  After the Gawler Ranges we headed back to the Coast.   Had a quick look at Streaky Bay, but decided to press on and set up camp at Perludi Beach.   Perludi Beach is a “non-touristy” beach on the bight that is sheltered ... Read more >


Photos: Gawler Ranges and Pildappa Rock

AUSTRALIA | Sunday, 9 May 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Gawler Ranges and Pildappa Rock

AUSTRALIA | Sunday, 9 May 2010 | Views [897] | Comments [5]

  After a “house keeping” day at Port Lincoln we headed off along the Tod Highway – stopping on the way out of town to buy some nylon guitar strings.   There were only two brands available (neither of which I had used before) ... Read more >


Ethan – from Lake Eyre to Port Lincoln

AUSTRALIA | Wednesday, 5 May 2010 | Views [721] | Comments [4]

  Hello friends We went to Lake Eyre and it was really cool – I wrote my name in the salt crust on the top of the Lake.   It crunched when you walked on it.   When we were there we saw the Lake Eyre Dragons and took a photo ... Read more >


Port Lincoln – (Fishermans Point and Memory Cove)

AUSTRALIA | Wednesday, 5 May 2010 | Views [893]

  On arrival, we initially camped at Port Lincoln National Park – at fishermans point.   IT was the Sunday of the Anzac Day long weekend -   so quite busy when we arrived although the campsite soon emptied out on the Monday afternoon.... Read more >


Photos: views from Port Lincoln National Park and Memory Cove

AUSTRALIA | Wednesday, 5 May 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Guitar Woes

AUSTRALIA | Thursday, 29 Apr 2010 | Views [333] | Comments [2]

It had to happen sometime I guess – a broken E string.   I mean when you think about it my guitar is being particularly long suffering – and even though it is luxuriously cushioned in it’s new padded case (thank you Pauly XX) – it is still ... Read more >


The “Grapes of Wrath” and the Great egg breakout.

AUSTRALIA | Thursday, 29 Apr 2010 | Views [339] | Comments [2]

  Currently, whilst enjoying the beautiful surrounds of Port Lincoln, we are valiantly attempting to struggle through the consumption of 5 litres of what can only be described as “metho mixed with fruity elixir”.   Apparently – Steve ... Read more >


“The death of comic genius”

AUSTRALIA | Thursday, 29 Apr 2010 | Views [262]

I forgot to mention this story previously, but before you get to Port Lincoln, you pass through the city of Whyalla.   Now for those of you who know Whyalla – you would be aware that there is a large iron-ore smelter on the outskirts of ... Read more >


Photos: Woomera

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 26 Apr 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Photos: "Mutonia Sculpture Garden" and road to Roxby Downs

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 26 Apr 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Photos: Mulcoorina Homestead waterhole campsite

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 26 Apr 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Photos: Lake Eyre

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 26 Apr 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Photos: Maree pub camp

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 26 Apr 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Photos: Leigh Creek open cut mine

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 26 Apr 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Photos: Storms - the evidence

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 26 Apr 2010 | Photo Gallery


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Sunday 25th April – to Port Lincoln

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 26 Apr 2010 | Views [317]

  A big day’s driving today to Port Augusta where we visited the Australian Arid Botanical Gardens – beautifully done and teeming with really interesting bird life that is attracted to the proliferation and protected desert plants.   ... Read more >


Saturday 24th April – Woomera

AUSTRALIA | Monday, 26 Apr 2010 | Views [346]

  We decide to head off to Roxby Downs now that we have at least seen Lake Eyre.   On the way we pass the “mutonia sculpture gardens”.   Not sure whether this sculpture gardens formed part of the protest in 1999 to the uranium ... Read more >


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