Comfort Inn Augusta Westside
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... fish and leafy seadrogons but the water is too cold without a wetsuit and mild weather.
We drove to camp about 30min north of Whyalla at Fitzgerald Bay. It was really windy here but a nice spot to look at.
... on our phones, the Telstra staff told us the library has free Wifi.
Our stop for a couple of days was at Lawrie Park near Napperby, this a free RV friendly site. We stayed there for two nights and spent on day just giving the bus a really good clean up and a ...
... flies but no, not at all, it's the complete opposite & I'm left thinking I now know how the children from Africa who feature on Red Nose day feel on a daily basis. We arrive in William Creek and head to our corrugated iron box which is our room for the night. The walls are like paper and may as well not be there as I can here Matt coughing in his room & I'm not even convinced he's in the room next to me & Linda. As I've realised my trip down the east coast is going to be ...
... shortest travel day today 235km. Quite foggy to start with which was difficult but cleared by the time we arrived at Orraroo were I took a few photos. I also took a photo of the Flinders ranges from Pt Augusta and the fake grass campsite oasis. Tomorrow the long range days on the Stuart Hwy, and headed for the warmer weather up north. ...
... one of these volunteer driven local attractions. If you ever go this way make sure you drop in for a look. The old guy attending today was glad to have someone to chat to, and was a font of local historical information.
Hopefully a couple of the photos will show what it is like inside. When the town was proclaimed in 1877 it quickly became a key port in the riverboat trade of the time. When the railway people decided to put in the Morgan spur line, this was the first direct ...