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... despite the person serving asking twice whether it was a flat white, latte or cappacino. I got a flat white regardless. It is much drier on the north east part of the Eyre Peninsula and the familiar red sand reappears along with the saltbush. As you head into Whyalla you pass Iron Knob which is the mine. You can't miss it, it's huge and looks like terraced red dirt. Whyalla is predominantly an iron ore town. It looks very similar to Port ...
... stop with a toilet and table and chairs is unique. Whilst sitting having our lunch read through the noticeboards which were very informative within the shelter shed. Advised that within this region BHP Billiton supports the Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden at Port Augusta which is a huge undertaking. At Olympic Dam, BHP, the community and Government agencies are uniting to have Arid Recovery which is an 86 square kilometre fenced reserve from which rabbits, ...
Departed Coober Pedy at 7am just as the sun was breaking the horizon. As we drive through town, it is as if we are the only people left. No other cars or people around, just us with empty streets and highway. Awesome sight as sunlight hits the mounds of mullock removed from the numerous mine shafts. The landscape from Coober Pedy is very arid with the vastness of the outback really setting in. As one lady working in the Marla roadside ...
... Approximately 2.30 we headed back to the Wodlatta Centre to finish the museum. An excellent museum of the outback. Thomas and Martin rode their bikes to the centre and met us down there. Prior to heading home I called at the shops with Renee and Alison. Between the Big W and Target we got soaked with a quick down pour. Thomas and Martin explored the backstreets and railway sidings of the town before heading home on the bikes. ...
... port for iron ore discovered not far away in Iron Knob in 1901. It know has a large steel works and a Shale oil refining place that produces LPG.
We are here as when we were in this area 2 years ago to dive with the great White sharks and swim with Dolphins and the Tuna in Port Lincoln, we were to snorkel with the Giant Cuttlefish. Well they did not turn up for breeding in mass numbers for a couple of years but they are ...