Port Lincoln

We spent three leisurely days driving from Ceduna to Yangie Bay, in The Coffin Bay National Park, with a one peaceful night stay at Murphy’s Haystacks. We followed the Flinders Highway, which on Mel’s rating scale  was six for road conditions, and a eight for...

Yangie Bay, Coffin Bay National Park

Yangie Bay campground is within The Coffin Bay National Park, bookings are essential and can be completed on line at National Parks South Australia .  Most campsites usually cost around $12 a night, plus your National Park entry fee. Yangie Bay Campground is located...

Ceduna to Coffin Bay along the Flinders Highway

We spent three leisurely days driving from Ceduna to Yangie Bay, in The Coffin Bay National Park, with a one peaceful night stay at Murphy’s Haystacks. We followed the Flinders Highway, which on Mel’s rating scale  was six for road conditions, and a eight for...

Murphy’s Haystack

 Murphy's Haystacks, a distance of 150 Kims South of Ceduna heading towards Port Lincoln . Murphy's Haystacks are ancient, wind-worn pillars and boulders of pink granite estimated to be over 1,500 million years old. Set in the middle of a wheat field and surrounded by...

On the Road to Kalgoorlie – Day two -Kulin to Boondi Rocks

We followed the tree lined road north, through Konodinin, and then onto Narembeen. Narambrrn was an unexpected surprise, the town had wide, treelined streets, and the pride of residents showed. At the petrol sation housed The Grain Discovery Centre. This Centre...

On the Road to Kalgoorlie – Kulin

We free camped in the quirky town of Kulin, a great little town home of the Tin Horse Highway. The Council actively promotes tourism, a great example the creation of the Tin Horse Highway, the town is very well maintained, and it very much targets the tourist. The...

On the Road to Kalgoorlie -Day One Albany to Kulin

It is was great to be back on the road again, we chose to go to Kalgoorlie, rather then through Esperance as Mel had a desire to see this historic town.  On Saturday morning we stocked up on food and groceries. The Albany Farmers Market held each Saturday 8am to noon,...

Back on the Road Again!

It is with mixed feelings that we leave Albany. The bad is the breakdown, the cost, and sheer frustration and disappointment in mechanics that we sought for professional advice. The great of Albany is the people, natural beauty, geomorphology, museums and the top of...

Albany to Bunbury, and back to have the Iveco computer reprogrammed!

Well we arrived back in Albany yesterday to pick up the truck after a two month rebuild of the gearbox --a part had to freighted from Italy. Our aim was to resume our holiday and head for Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Not to be the **###**mechanics were more than happy for us...

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