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Travel Blogs from Port Lincoln
... fine tune the TV, in hoping to get channel Nine for the Footy. Luckily we managed to get it free to air, as the Satellite Dish has not been working of late. However, just as the footy is about to start, the channel goes wonky.... could be an interesting night... Ian not happy!!!
Sunday 22nd September
Time for the first golf game for the SA Challenge. It was nice to have a little sleep in until about 9am. ...
... Australia’s largest colony of Sea- Lions. We were not disappointed. From a platform about 40m above the crashing waves we watched the sea lions below sleeping, swimming, growling, stretching and diving. What a sight to see…..groups of juveniles splashing off the rocks and swimming in the shallows and lots of big fat 400kg males just lazing around.
With flippers doubling as walking pads we watched a few amble up the beach to find ...
... Port Lincoln claims to have made the single biggest shipload of wheat ever to leave an Australian port, and repeats this claim for barley also. Other crops in the region include canola and peas, but the single biggest crop in evidence from the highway is wheat. There are very large silos all over the Eyre Peninsula. An isolated narrow gauge railway brings much of the wheat crop to the port.
Port Lincoln also ...
... some fish swimming along the cliff edge.
On return to our camp we collected our fishing rods and walked along the cliff edge to where we had spotted the fish.
We had a fair bit of fun attempting to catch some fish over the next couple of hours. We ended up with enough fish for tea along with a good sized squid.
A dolphin swam right up to our son and eye balled him whilst he was washing his hands in the water after ...
... lights out at 9.30.
Wednesday 1 May
Joe and Robyn decided they’d spend another day with us on our travels, which is great. We all met in Coffin Bay after stocking supplies and left Joe and Robyn there, who were going to make their way to Coles Point. We ventured off touring Kellidie Beach, Dutton Bay, Farm beach which is an Oyster Farming village, Frenchman Bluff and Greenley Beach all with beautiful ...