Standpipe Golf Motor Inn
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... but was interesting seen where all the shearing gets done. Huge flocks of galahs hanging around and making a lot of noise. Mike spent most of the afternoon trying to get the satellite tv to work (finally got it to work 3 hours later) and I caught up with all my laundry. Finished the evening off with dinner up at the shearing sheds, nice big T bone steak for both of us with lots of ...
Yesterday, we stayed at Port Augusta in a caravan park. Port Augusta is a fairly large town which surrounds the head of the Spencer Gulf. Weather was amazing 35C around 4pm and stayed warm all evening. Spoke with fellow campers in the camp kitchen who were riding their bikes to Darwin! They had already come from Adelaide. They had a support crew and vehicle ...
The day is to be spent in Whyalla and of course the "book" says there is so much to see, we will find out for sure. The van is still at Nuttbush and will be until the wind abates, probably Wednesday. Our first stop was the visitor information centre to book in for the Whyalla ship tour and the steelworks tour (Wednesday ), then off to find the first coffee of the day in the main shopping area. Back for the ship tour - the Whyalla was ...
... tour that we started 6 weeks ago with Nannie – we got passes to use for the return visit (with Teriann’s name on them, not Nannie’s, of course!). We enjoyed it last time as it was very well done, and Teriann thought so, too. We spent more money in their gift shop, and left when they kicked us out the door (again!) at 5.30pm.
We went to the Big 4 Port Augusta CVP, set up the van quickly and jumped in the delicious ...
... have thought this was Uluru. We saw a place called Curtin Springs and stopped in their free camp area for a quick coffee ( shared with a billion flies !! ) and we did get to stop there again ..... details below
We set up in the CP .... head off to look around Yulara township and then head back to the pool, early dinner and off to bed.
Next day is all about Uluru which is only 15km away and we have awesome lookout views at the caravan park. I was here ...