Oyster Country

Trip Start May 10, 2009
Trip End Jun 30, 2009

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Ceduna Foreshore Caravan Park

Flag of Australia  , South Australia,
Tuesday, May 19, 2009

From Kimba our first stop was Wudinna to take a photo of the newly installed 10 metre granite statue of a farmer and his sheep. Then through the little towns of Minnipa, Poochera, Wirrula to Ceduna.

This was to be our last stop in SA  for 2 nights at a good caravan park across the road from the beach with great sunset views. After the initial shock of being told that they did not have a booking for us we were allocated a site in a very social position on a corner near the park entrance. People often stopped for a chat while we were sitting out enjoying the sun.  We had a really enjoyable day at Ceduna starting with a nine kilometre return walk along the coast to Pinky Point and the Port from where the local gypsum and other exports are sent.

In the afternoon we drove around Denial Bay to the Oyster Farm where the renowned Ceduna Oyster is grown, hoping to buy some straight out of the ocean. Unfortunately the farm was closed but we knew they had an outlet on the edge of town where we could buy some. On the way back we pulled in and enjoyed a dozen very fresh big delicious oysters, what a life!   Fish and chips from Bills Pizza and Pasta shop on Poynton Street was on the cards for dinner and once again he did not disappoint. Another full and wonderful day and bed beckoned after a glass of wine and the customary shower.
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