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First visit of the day was to Seal Bay to see the Australian Sea Lions, which are sadly in declining numbers. Sea lions have hair as opposed to fur and Seal Bay is a conservation area that is home to approximately 1000 sea lions and is the third largest sea lion colony in Australia. It is estimated that only 14,000 sea lions remain in the wild. Large bull sea lions weigh up to 400 kgs. Females are pregnant for 18 months then ...
... by aqua coloured water. BBQ and tables just near to the car park. Blissfully quiet and just what we wanted to wake up to on Xmas morning. At 1630 hrs we returned to Kingscote to watch the pelican feeding. The guy presenting the show was a crusty straight talking old guy who didn't tolerate kids chatting in the audience and at one stage I thought he was going to feed one of the kids to the ...
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The Restaurant is housed in an old Flour Mill and is very well done. There is also a resident artist who lives at the mill and her works are splashed all around the walls.
The Mill lives up to It's name and we are soon drooling over a beautiful lunch. We order the "very Up market version of a ploughmans lunch" It was made form all local produce and was amazing. We were in Foodie Heaven again, David also ordered ...
... thanks Rob) to finish off. How much better can it get! We woke to the sound of kookaburras and currawongs the next morning and a glorious sunny day after a night temp of only 10 degrees! I'm getting used to it. The plan is to have a few days of walking in the mountains exploring the lookouts, waterfalls and mountain tracks here. Our first day of hiking was VERY adventurous to say the least. We thought we would see the area from its best vantage point from the Pinnicles with only ...
I don't do early starts and this morning just confirmed that! We were on a bus from the hotel in Adelaide and on our way down the Fleurieu peninsula to Cape Jervis. Here we had planned to stop for brekkie before hopping on the 10am Sealink ferry to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island. The brekkie options weren't quite what we expected and I ended up having a flat white (it was a good one Gaz!) and a meat pie!! ...