Tasman Beachside Apartments

1 King Street, Port Lincoln, South Australia, 5606, Australia | Hotel
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Port Lincoln

A travel blog entry by greynomad1946 on Aug 02, 2014

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... of it is taken by helicopter to the airport and flown to Japan. The remainder goes by ship. Our second winery was Delacolline Estate. We were very disappointed here as their wines were certainly not up to the standard of those at Boston Bay. Tonight we went to the Peacock Gardens Chinese and Thai restaurant on the waterfront. It was a bright and cheery setting and and the meal was most ...

Streaky Bay - Port Lincoln

A travel blog entry by greynomad1946 on Aug 01, 2014

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... and the wind was so strong that the caravan was rocking. We travelled on to Coulta where we stopped for lunch. We were in a wayside stop where there was a lot of trees so we were sheltered from the wind. The scenery today is quite different from that of the past week. This is certainly limestone country. The area primarily involved in sheep farming and wheat and canola production. It reminded us a lot of Cornwall. In some parts there were still the dry stone walls ...

Day Seven (all aboard)

A travel blog entry by slog on Jul 01, 2014

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... experience we all greatly enjoyed. The destination, Lucky Bay is but a tiny coastal hamlet surrounded by scrubby wasteland so no sooner had we disembarked, than we were on our way to the nearby more picturesque town of Cowell where we paused for lunch.

Cowell is located on Franklin Harbour and it seems although our own Matthew Flinders travelled very close, he didn't realise there was an opening to gone harbour which is ...

Eyre peninsular

A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Jun 30, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... gate key from the information centre as only 10 cars aday are allowed into this part of the park.
Port Lincoln has a bronze statue of the horse Makybe Diva { a three times Melbourne cup winner},in the park on the foreshore as this is the home of the Blue fin Tuna fisherman owner.
If you like seafood the Eyre peninsular is the place to be , with southern rock lobster, Prawns , mussels and lots of fish.

After 3 days we ...

The Big Peninsular

A travel blog entry by goanna-geoff on Jun 18, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

On this trip we decided to check out the top end of the Eyre between Port Augusta and Ceduna.
They have had some early winter rain and most of the farmers have started to plant. Much greener tan we expected. Did a day trip up into the Gawler ranges one day, ...

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