Whyalla Foreshore Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Distance Travelled: 383 km Trip total: 3943 km Accommodation: Whyalla Foreshore Motor Inn Highlights: - catching up with old uni mate, Thanh To A pretty low key day compared to other days. We packed up the car and departed Streaky Bay for Whyalla. The drive was uneventful, and quite boring. We got to Whyalla around midday, checked into our motel …
... feat - 1676m. It is heritage listed and it remarkably good condition. The tide was out when we went walking, so it looked like there was only a little bit of the jetty in the water, and when we finally got to the end, the water got deep very quickly. It puzzled me a little that there was so much effort put in to build a jetty in what seemed to be an illogical place, but looking at the deep water at the ...
... easier. "Could replace it" he said, "but won't necessarily fix it, it just tends to happen". "Good luck and enjoy the trip" he says as he waves us good bye without charging us.
After a lost hour or so we trundled off North, lunch at Port Pirie, after driving in circles to find a bakery or shop for a loaf of bread to return to the first one on the highway. Lunch had, where to next, family meeting, what do we think says Liz. 3 votes for Warren Gorge and ...
... we had a look around town and visited the underground Catholic Church. Very beautiful setting but we were too late for Mass which was 10am. Then it was a quick lunch in the 'park'. Very clean and tidy and the toilet was an automatic job that played music while you worked!. We were away again by 1.30 with only about a 110 kms to Mathesons Bore rest area for our overnight stop. We arrived about 3pm and are now set up and sitting in the shade ...
... Secret rocks. I prefer the original name!
Got to Whyalla, taking the bypass around it and then finding our way to Pt Lowly where we had camped, just north of the lighthouse, about 10 years ago. Man there are a heap of campers here some free camps as well as $5/night camps near the boat marina, which wasn't here back 10 years ago either.
From here we cruised home, stopping in Peterborough and Mildura to see some friends. It had been a great trip.