Archive for March, 2012

Blog 205 Mt Remarkable 13th – 15th Feb 2012

Leaving the Flinders ranges behind us we head back out through Hawker and a lookout also called Castle rock (haven’t we been here before). This is much smaller than the one in the Porongurups. We also investigate an old bush cemetry and ruined buildings from some abandoned pioneer settlements. See the full gallery on Posterous […]

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Blog 205 Mt Remarkable 13th – 15th Feb 2012

Leaving the Flinders ranges behind us we head back out through Hawker and a lookout also called Castle rock (haven’t we been here before). This is much smaller than the one in the Porongurups. We also investigate an old bush cemetry and ruined bui…

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Blog 204 The Flinders Ranges 9th- 13th Feb 2012

Arriving at Wilpena Pound mid afternoon we set up the tent in the campground. We arrived early enough to do one of the bush walks into “the pound” itself. Wilpena is a natural amphitheatre of mountains with only one way in past the pinch point called sliding rock. The pound is 17km long, 8km wide across […]

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Blog 204 The Flinders Ranges 9th- 13th Feb 2012

Arriving at Wilpena Pound mid afternoon we set up the tent in the campground. We arrived early enough to do one of the bush walks into “the pound” itself. Wilpena is a natural amphitheatre of mountains with only one way in past the pinch point cal…

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Blog 203 Port Lincoln to the Flinders Ranges. 7th – 9th Feb 2012

Leaving Port Lincoln we headed up the East side of the Eyre Peninsular passing by several dried up salt pans and eventually through to Whyalla where we stopped to fuel up and have a look at this WW2 Corvette which is on display next to the maritime museum 2km from the sea. Whyalla has a […]

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Blog 203 Port Lincoln to the Flinders Ranges. 7th – 9th Feb 2012

Leaving Port Lincoln we headed up the East side of the Eyre Peninsular passing by several dried up salt pans and eventually through to Whyalla where we stopped to fuel up and have a look at this WW2 Corvette which is on display next to the maritim…

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