Travel Blogs from Elliston, Australia

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The Bread Lady, Sheringa, Australia travel blog

The Bread Lady

A travel blog entry by nicb69

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... both loaves.   3. Sculptures on the Cliff. We are all cliffed out. We spot another small rusty sign at Elliston stating a clifftop drive with "sea sculpture" tacked on as an afterthought. We spend the next hour discovering awesome sculptures perched ...

Elliston, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Elliston

A travel blog entry by georgejanene

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... , the Haystacks are described technically as inselbergs (a hill that looks like a rocky island rising sharply from the sea). After leaving the Haystacks we headed further south to Elliston, a neat and tidy town on the Western coast of the Eyre ...

Walkers Rocks, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Walkers Rocks

A travel blog entry by p18130

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... eating in between the surface and the hard conglomerate. We found Walkers Rocks in our Camps 3 book, only a few kms before Elliston, as being a camping spot with shade, toilet and shower facilities and mobile phone service near the beach.  We ...

Venus Bay, Venus Bay, Australia travel blog

Venus Bay

A travel blog entry by marcia_octoman

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Venus Bay Arrived at Venus Bay following cousin Sean who was towing the boat we were going to spend the afternoon fishing in. Dropped by the shack then headed for lunch then down to the water. Had a little trouble with the boat motor. That really would ...

Eating like kings in Elliston, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Eating like kings in Elliston

A travel blog entry by bathoztrip

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... their kids. Her youngest two, Zali and Jacob were close to Harry and Felicity's ages so we all had a great time together. Elliston is a very small town and the local school where Kristy teaches has only 65 kids from Reception to Year 12. Kristy showed us ...

New Year, Elliston, Australia travel blog

New Year

A travel blog entry by mpeacock

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... and make an early start to the caves. Today we travel back towards Streaky Bay to call in to Talia Caves, 44km away from Elliston. These caves are apparently on the coast where the sea enters the entrance of the caves. Can't wait to see. Before we stop ...

some more Eyre, Elliston, Australia travel blog

some more Eyre

A travel blog entry by feeling_alive

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... nearby, looking more sharkish than dolphinish... German version: Unser zuverlaessiger Troopcarrier hat sich mit dem schoen gelegenen Elliston den perfekten Ort fuer ein Zipperlein am Anlasser ausgesucht: Keine fuenfhundert Meter von der Werkstatt und ...

Elliston, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Elliston

A travel blog entry by mpeacock

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Today we headed to Elliston. A small fishing town surrounded by magnificent cliffs and small white ...

Eyre We Go, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Eyre We Go

A travel blog entry by cjgr

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... top lookouts along miles of unbroken cliffs in the afternoon trying to spot a whale, on the way to the tiny town of Elliston which had it's own clifftop sculpture drive to rival that of Sydney - well ok perhaps not!! but not bad for somewhere so out ...

Ellistan, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Ellistan

A travel blog entry by t4gonewest

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This morning we left Cowell at 9.30, taking less than an hour to be packed up and on the road. We arrived in Ellistan for lunch and had our staple of cheese, lettuce and mayo sandwiches, as well as plenty of fruit and veges as we need to exhaust our ...

DAY 46 - STREAKY BAY TO ELLISTON -  REPAIRED, Elliston, Australia travel blog

DAY 46 - STREAKY BAY TO ELLISTON - REPAIRED

A travel blog entry by kangarog

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... guys at the garage and left Streaky Bay. Second time lucky! When I’d left Streaky the other day I’d had two options, Elliston or Venus Bay. I thought I’d check out Elliston as I didn’t want to drive all the way to Coffin Bay which ...

Elliston, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Elliston

A travel blog entry by georgeescape

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... strong southerly winds have on the trees, as they all have a big lean on them to the north.   Had a quick look around Elliston when we arrived, no community library here so will have to wait to get updates of emails and travel blog at Port ...

On the road south to Elliston, Elliston, Australia travel blog

On the road south to Elliston

A travel blog entry by glennandheather

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... Haystacks.  They were curved granite rocks jutting out of the ground in a paddock at the top of a hill. We then drove into Elliston - going past Venus Bay on the way.  We stopped at the Elliston jetty and went for a walk.  The tide was ...

More Eyre @ Elliston, Elliston, Australia travel blog

More Eyre @ Elliston

A travel blog entry by dollyandace

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... number of really interesting sculptures along the route. A pair of giant thongs led on to 'Blackfellows’ – one of Australia’s prime surf spots – where the fancy footwork of a few surfing dudes was way more exciting than the ...

EYRE PENINSULA- RUGGED COAST, WHITE BEACHES, Elliston, Australia travel blog

EYRE PENINSULA- RUGGED COAST, WHITE BEACHES

A travel blog entry by kathandsheila

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FRIDAY MARCH 18 2011 JOURNEY: Ceduna, Streaky Bay, Elliston 300kms WEATHER: Very overcast, rain and grey. 20 degrees midday ACCOMMODATION: Streaky Bay CP-$27pn; Waterloo CP -$22 no power Well it was still very overcast with intermittant showers when ...

Mural and Statues, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Mural and Statues

A travel blog entry by mawstrip

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... to the placard erected by the District Council of Elliston, it is the largest mural of its type in Australia, depicts the historical life of Elliston and covers more than 500 square metres in area.The Country Women’s Association Rooms were the first ...

Further Up the Eyre Peninsula West coast, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Further Up the Eyre Peninsula West coast

A travel blog entry by hortonsholiday

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... to see another pod of dolphins surfing the breaks. Speaking of surf breaks, all of you surfers would absolutely love this part of Australia, the waves are huge at times. (Mandy and Stu you would both love it here!) A nice meal of Greek Lamb and ...

Walkers Rocks toward Kalgoorlie, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Walkers Rocks toward Kalgoorlie

A travel blog entry by thekays

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... treat of a massive full moon, shining brightly upon us, and onto the gorgeous trees the kids loved to climb in. Next day was Australia Day so we drove on the beach in the opposite direction so the kids could safely surf, swim and boogie board. Scrabble, ...

Penguin, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Penguin

A travel blog entry by caravanparents

... one by Bob Dylan with Tom Petty and the Heartaches,.  After we left Lake Wangerie we saw some emus and then called into Elliston for lunch and went for a walk on the jetty where we saw a fairy penguin swimming around it stopped to look at us ...

Life in a caravan - Chapter 4, lost  items, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Life in a caravan - Chapter 4, lost items

A travel blog entry by aroundoz2011

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There is a lot to keep track of when travelling by caravan, especially with children. Not only do children leave things places you wouldn't expect, they can also be blamed for distracting their parents enough to cause them to forget things also. Then ...

Elliston, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Elliston

A travel blog entry by kiannmac

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Day 8. Elliston, South Australia. 269km from Arno Bay. We left lovely Arno Bay this morning on our way to Port Lincoln. Once again the drive was a taste of what the Nullabor may be like. We arrived in Port Lincoln to find a big town (Tony Sancic - ...

A hidden gem, Elliston, Australia travel blog

A hidden gem

A travel blog entry by mckenziesoztrip

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... Also, one of the most important criteria we've been using is a pool...we read of a park further down the Eyre Peninsula in Elliston with a pool, so off we set! Turns out that Elliston was a gem waiting to be discovered. The town itself was a lovely ...

Walker's Rocks, Walkers Rocks, Australia travel blog

Walker's Rocks

A travel blog entry by dtpearce

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Broke camp and left quite late in the day.  We had a few things that we had to do in at Port Lincoln, we needed to collect water, empty the toilet and also do some shopping for groceries. We finally got on the road again, but it was a short day in ...

Statues by the Sea, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Statues by the Sea

A travel blog entry by lindann

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... select what you want and leave the money in a tin (no one checks it is an honor system) very quirky. Next stop was Elliston. We booked into the caravan park unhooked the van and went on the Cliffs Drive. The drive is spectacular, first there is a ...

Great place to rough camp, Sheringa Beach, Australia travel blog

Great place to rough camp

A travel blog entry by miltonbetty

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When we arrive at Sheringa we discover a quirky little store, come pub, come Cafe, come fishing store, come coffee shop. Very friendly people who also administer the camp site, so after paying $10 a night we set off for the beach to find a camp site. The ...

Lunch time over Waterloo Bay in a sleepy town, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Lunch time over Waterloo Bay in a sleepy town

A travel blog entry by kateandchris

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From Coffin Bay to Streaky Bay we stopped in a few towns along the way. Elliston was one of them. This town has quite a few shipwrecks, despite the big bay, the passage in is narrow and surrounded with reef. We tried to imagine the schooners sailing in to ...

9/03/2014, Elliston, Australia travel blog

9/03/2014

A travel blog entry by annebk

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Happy birthday Jaxon for today and Michael for yesterday xx We went to Sheringa beach to camp the night but didn't like the camping area so we continued on to Walkers Rocks where we have stayed before and knew it would be nice as you can just walk into ...

The time has come, Elliston, Australia travel blog

The time has come

A travel blog entry by 75coaster

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OK. The other day a German woman said "I like your van" in which I replied "It's not a van, it's our pirate ship" in which she said " well I still zink ich a very nice pile of shit" hmmmmmm So it's time for her name. I can't keep calling her SHE. She is ...

Elliston, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Elliston

A travel blog entry by charlottestrip

... leave for Elliston (Population:377!). Anyways, about the drive to Elliston, the drive wasn't that long (only an hour and a 1/2). Elliston was beautiful, more beautiful than Streaky Bay! The caravan park was cool, too and the best thing about it was that ...

Elliston, Elliston, Australia travel blog

Elliston

A travel blog entry by charlottestrip

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Today we went to have a look around Elliston. First we drove to the bakery (you know, this place isn't bad at all for a small population. People should want to live here). The bakery looked delicious! Custard tarts, vanilla slices- everything that tastes ...

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