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Mundrabilla to Port Augusta 1025km
I woke early and decided to reach Port Augusta if I could.
I had slept for 9 hours, all be it in one hour slots due to the gravel ground beneath my mat.
Great, there was no water at the toilet block. I am unable to wash, shower or shave and the roadhouse doesn’t open until 6am.< …
... onwards to fill up the park and hopefully bring some other kids to push with. Our first need for tools, was thankfully not for us, but a fellow traveller with a loose tow ball! Today, we visited the P.Augusta tourist centre and stocked up on brochures and maps, went for a fish off the jetty. It was really cold! But, bonus of bonus's ...
... with a 13-strand barbed wire barrier.
for the first real time since leaving home we were treated to a beautiful
Port Augusta sits on the shores of the upper Spencer
Gulf. There are three exits
to the town via major highways – Adelaide to the
south, Perth to the west and Darwin to the north; is this sign a hint that
maybe there ...
Today it was Nanny's birthday, it was also a rest day. We got up, had an hour playing in the caravan park, then headed off to the train station. Thomas , Julia, Dad and Mum went on the train. It was like Puffing Billy. We saw them at each rail crossing .Then we all ...
... were all in the parking bay we drove out into a large open area out the back which was very attractive in its own red earth, saltbush, outback way. Lots of green growth around after heavy rains a couple of months ago. Reasonably noisy with trucks on highway and also train line further into the scrub but not a huge issue. Flies there but not too bad. TV reception was good, had Telstra coverage but no Optus. Wasn't as cold at night as we might have ...
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