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South Australia 2 years 9 months ago #13428

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Here I am telling other solo campers that it is not so bad to travel in SA , there is so much to see
My first time here and I am looking forward to seeing most of the state
I have got 6 weeks to do this .
Not too keen on the hot weather but I will survive .
Other campers have advised me on some places of interest , these i will eventually get to .
Cheers from Paul
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South Australia 2 years 9 months ago #13429

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I will be following your adventures MV. We are going to the Eyre Peninsular next year (not far away now) although we are going in winter
Enjoy the good life.

Regards Elaine

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South Australia 2 years 9 months ago #13430

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We did the Eyre Peninsula in late spring early summer. It was great except for the storm that almost blew us out of the Coffin Bay caravan park. A lot of vans left the next morning only to return a while later as the police sent them back due to trees across the road that were going to take the rest of the day to clear.
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South Australia 2 years 8 months ago #13433

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The free camp at Kimba is a beauty, plus Pildappa Rock is well worth a look. Haslam, west side of the Peninsular above Streaky Bay, is also a good place to spend a bit of time. Oyster farmer that lives there did a cruise through the camp while we were there. Huge oysters, $7 a bakers dozen, fresh as they come.
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South Australia 2 years 8 months ago #13437

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oldboar wrote:
The free camp at Kimba is a beauty, plus Pildappa Rock is well worth a look. Haslam, west side of the Peninsular above Streaky Bay, is also a good place to spend a bit of time. Oyster farmer that lives there did a cruise through the camp while we were there. Huge oysters, $7 a bakers dozen, fresh as they come.

Hi there, I do hope to break into SA soon , I have been heading that way for a few weeks now . After I leave here I need to drop back to Mildura to collect a Christmas parcel , then it's to SA. for sure.

cheers from Paul
Cheers from Paul
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South Australia 1 month 3 weeks ago #16349

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Hi everyone,

Is there any updates on SA? It's on my Bucket List of course as I think it is also like the winery state to visit LOL. Freebie places to stay, wineries to visit, towns a must see?
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