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... ugh. Moff and lads went to the skate park......ugh!
To cheer us up in the late afternoon, we went for a walk along the old wooden foreshore that obviously once had trains going along here. Was interesting to see the tracks still included in the modern up grade. We drove a little bit south to Port Pirie but this is a mining city and so the water's view is of the BHP ...
... 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 ...
... my return home.
Passed through the outskirts of the Woomera Prohibited Area which is a globablly unique military testing range and covers nearly 124,000 square kilometres with it being the largest range in the world and under the control of the Royal Australian Air Force. It is reported that if this area was actually opened up for development of iron ore, gold and uranium projects it is worth an estimated $35 billion to the Government - could ...
Today we woke up nice and refreshed after spending the night at Fitzgerald Bay. A lovely quiet spot overlooking the water. We are heading to Quorn today. "They don't grow corn in Quorn" Got into Coober Pedy around 1pm. Booked in to the Opal Inn caravan park. Shady spots and $32 per night. You have to buy water here 20c per 40 litres - reasonable. Had a quick walk around town. Went to the underground bookshop, the underground hotel and then dinner at the underground ...
This morning Julia stayed backed at the caravan site with her grandparents. Martin, myself and the other children drove the 74 km to Whyalla. We had booked in to see the Onesteel steel works tour. This was an excellent tour of the steel works. We were taken around the site in a mini bus. After the tour we drove around town which was covered in the red dust from the ore processing. Back to the caravan park, lunch and some time ...