A beautiful historic town on the banks of the Murray River, located just 1 hour east of Adelaide in the Rural City of Murray Bridge Council Area.
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The Breakaways is a must see, don’t forget the fly net.
For those of you not aware, my parents used to be Opal Miners in Coober Pedy, so I have spent time there from quite early (don’t want to show my age to much – but it was pre-bitumen road) until about 15 years ago, which was the last time I had visited. Graham had only… Read More »Karen’s Coober Pedy Memories
Just like a missile we were seeking the warmth, and looking at the forecast for the towns in central Australia, we were going in the right direction. On this next leg we had to travel over the border into SA again. As we had taken a different route we were welcomed this time by the… Read More »Heat seeking Molly….
After another chilly night in Hahndorf and a lovely dinner with our family, it was time to bid Adelaide farewell. We have changed our plans which were originally to head up the centre of Australia to Darwin. Our end plan hasn’t changed in that we are still planning for Darwin, but we are detouring to… Read More »Broken Hill Ancestry Trail
It appeared that we had experienced the best of the good weather down on the Yorke Peninsula, and a cold snap was on it’s way. Not liking to be chilly, we thought that we would head further north and get ourselves ready for leaving Adelaide. Karen picked, and decided on Hanhdorf for a couple of… Read More »Hanhdorf – a gourmets delight
After another windy night at Moonta, it was time to make our way to Edithburgh. We had planned to go to Edithburgh to catch up with our good friends the Henderson’s. It was going to be a weekend of catching up drinking too much and over eating as that is usually what happens when we… Read More »Edithburgh bound
After a very restless sleep after having some very strong gale force winds buffeting us all night, we had a bit of sleep in and headed down the coast. Our plan was to stay as close to the coast as was humanly possible. So we left the caravan park and followed the signs for Port… Read More »Port Hughes, Balgowan and Port Victoria
So we leave the delightful Moana Beach and head through Adelaide and onto the Yorke Peninsula. We followed the coast up and stopped for breakfast at Port Wakefield, we drove into the back streets where we came across what looked like a lake but it is has a gate to hold the water. We continued… Read More »Moonta Mines