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Our journeys around Australia

     

From Port Germein we drove south to the bottom of the Yorke Peninsula and set up in a bush camp at Hillocks Drive. The camp was very basic but with good clean loos and a great coastline. It was so good we stayed there for 4 nights and almost had the place to ourselves.

It was very hot with temperatures in the high 30's and low 40's but we managed to stay cool under the awning helped by the occasional cold shower and swim.

HillocksDrive  bush camp

 

Our en-suite shower was hanging from the tree behind the tent. The time Ali spent in the shower decreased dramatically after we watched a black snake slither out of the bush alongside the shower!

Hillocks sign

 

I liked the sign at the entrance to the camping area. 

Cooling off in the rock pool at Coffin Beach

There was quite a strong south easterly wind blowing while we were there which made the sea quite rough but we managed to find a sheltered cove and rock pools to swim in.

Innes National Park

We spent a day in the Innes National Park which has a spectacular coastline. 

Innes National Park

Surf at Innes National Park

Cliffs near Cape Spencer

 

The cliffs at Cape Spencer.

Cape Spencer lighthouse

 

Cape Spencer lighthouse

Pondalowie Bay

Pondalowie Bay, Innes National Park.

It had to happen sonner or later

 

Well it had to happen sooner or later but I managed to avoid it for 3400kms!