Hummocks Station

Barunga Homestead Road, South Australia, 5520, Australia | Lodge
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Port Parham

A travel blog entry by dave.hernandez

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... 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">average driving speed 64.4 km/h
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Staying a couple of nights here. I want to try crabbing as I did when I was a kid. Heading to Moonta on Sunday.

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Success! We went crabbing and tried 2 methods:
1. Low tide raking... not sure we got the method right but we did come back to camp with two ...

A night in Ardrossan

A travel blog entry by kevinsullivan

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... no not Summer Bay, and headed of to Kadina, stopping of at Minlaton,Maitland and finally Kadina for the night. We are staying at another Hotel/Motel to rest up before we head off for the ferry from Wallaroo to cross over the Spencer Gulf. Have you noticed how most of the Australian townships have ....erm....strange names. These are the names given by the indigenous people of Australia. I found ...

Clare to Port Wakefield

A travel blog entry by ian-tracey

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... and went through a few little communities of Sevenhill, Penwortham, Watervale and Leasingham. All very quaint little areas. We had a bit of a head wind today, and then we found out Snowtown had winds of up to 120km today !!!

Getting to Auburn, we turned west to Balaklava where we stopped for a late smoko. ...

Tides Out

A travel blog entry by stoddart

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... allotted a site right on the water's edge and we loved it.

As you all would have guessed I have walked on a lot of piers, and today all the people fishing on the pier were pulling in squid. I have never seen so many lucky fishermen on one pier.

After setting up we got down to the really serious business of watching the tide come in. And it had a long way to come in so it took all afternoon.

I took time ...

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This lodge is located on Barunga Homestead Road, South Australia.
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