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Our day started with a search for an ice chest. They call it an esky. We had success and found ice at the local grocery. We had our breakfast from a local bakery. These local bakeries are the best place for breakfast or lunch. They have breakfast pasties and sandwiches which are yummy. We then made our way to Cape Otway Light Station, operation …
... through the pine plantations. This is Australia's timber country. Miles and miles of pine trees, all planted in regimented roads. With plantations comes the timber mills and trucks hauling the felled tree trunks. Apparently this is where much of Australia's toilet paper comes from. If this is how many trees it takes to supply Australia's toilet paper requirements god knows how big the forest is to supply the UK's!!
We reach Mount Gambier. Famous (locally at ...
This morning, all 3 phone alarms rang and all 3 of us ignored them. Consequently not on the road until 7.30am. We see the first drops of rain we have seen in 3 weeks, we notice how the paddocks are green, there are bales of hay and plenty of sheep and cattle in fenced paddocks.
We stopped for breakfast at Bocelli's in Adelaide. We do not like all the noise, all the people and how everyone is in a hurry ...
... really. The next day we headed to Port Augusta to refuel and stock up on groceries, on our way to Crystal Brook. Crystal brook is a very tidy little country town with fabulous street art and well kept historical buildings. The park we stayed in had two fabulous little caravans there at the same time we were there. The park is located on a usually dry creek bed, with good facilities in a park settings. This was also the only place that we ...
... we visited the Umpherston Sinkhole, the Cave Garden and I did the Engelbrecht Cave Tour. The Umpherston Sinkhole was amazing, with absolutely beautiful gardens built into the massive sinkhole. The Garden Cave was right in the center of town, next to the Town Hall, and was another beautiful garden in a sinkhole. The Engelbrecht Cave was great, and the tour took you underground into two big chambers. Mon ...