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TripAdvisor Reviews Hummocks Station South Australia
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... away. I guess it could have been worse, we may have been in the middle of the Nullabor. As some of our sunset pics will testify, one could be stranded in worse places than Moonta Bay. After spending some 2-3 hrs on the phone to sort the logistics of organising a vehicle transfer to the city from a country area (because Roadside assist operators CANNOT be told as they KNOW it ALL and for their moronic stupidity we LOST ...
... living in Maitland, on the York Peninsula, some 35 kms south of Moonta. Dave has a job working on a property, where they have crops of canola, wheat, barley etc. They have been living in Maitland since last October and may be moving on later this year. It was great great catching up with them as it has been over 2 years since we had seen ...
... pleasant area on what appeared to be part of an old wharf which now has been incorporated into a small parkland. As we travelled on we could not get over the number of wind generators along the hilltops between Port Pirie and Port Broughton. We lost count at over 100 turbines. We moved on to Port Wakefield where we stopped at the bakery for lunch. I don't think that we have ...
Yea didn't write much the last couple of days. That was because I was honestly too tired to function properly after I got home from school. I even fell asleep a couple of times before dinner.. Hehe. Thursday night we went bowling with Kylie, Nick, Jenni and two friends of Kylie: Kristy and Ivan. That night exhausted me so much that the next day at school I almost fell asleep during class so I pinched myself several of times. Anyway. Today Kylie left, the ...
Alas, I cant imagine the long-gone Edward would be overly impressed with the town named in his honour coz its actually pretty drab and desolate despite some quite impressive older buildings suggesting the town once did project a certain status (although according to my reading of some of the plaques around town, it may have been named Port Henry at that time).
Port Wakefield was also the site of the 1955 Australian Grand Prix won by ...