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... disconnected the caravan in a side street off the main road and drove around all the Pt MacDonnell highlighted tourist viewing locations. Mid afternoon we reconnected with our caravan and made our way to Nelson, Victoria, where we stayed at a caravan park for the night to attend to our clothes washing and assess our next move.
As we now have crossed the state border into Victoria the next addition will be recorded under our travels in Victoria. ...
... another day.
We travelled about another 15 kilometres to Mt Schank on the road to Port McDonnell where we stretched out our legs and climbed up to the top of Mt Schank an extinct volcano. It felt like 400 steps to the top but was probably only 399! The weather was a bit kind to us with the light rain holding off and a ...
... to the mainland via a footbridge, and it's about 2 km circular route. What makes this island special is that most of it is a protected mutton bird (short tailed shearwater) rookery. The paths run directly through it with only signs warning of their presence and requesting you keep away. The birds come here to nest from as far away as the Artic, and rear their chicks in burrows. Once the eggs have hatched, the adults go out fishing at ...
... for his wife Ellen, and in 1860 he built a second cottage next door with 4 bedrooms only to house his growing family of 15 children. Both still stand today, a fascinating insight into the conditions that the earlier settlers lived in. We then finished the day with a visit to the Coonawarra Wineries, Australia's Red Wine Centre and on the way back, we experience two wild emus run across the road in front of ...
... Only problem that was a little further down the Arnhem Highway when we all reached the Stuart Highway. Still, they managed to catch their flights.
Michelle - the brass monkey who sees no evil - still had issues with her eyes the whole trip. Couldn't wear her contacts, just her glasses. Maybe the binoculars weren't such a bad idea. The other thing Michelle got was a very sore finger from waving to each ...