Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Safari 2019 August 27th

Tuesday August 27th 2019

Rolling hills typical of the Southern Flinders, Cassia in bloom is a foreground feature
 We began our trip south to Hawker, soon after 9.00am. The road was bitumen all the way. This was an enjoyable change from gravel and rocks. In Hawker we soon found a new tyre replacement. We enjoyed lunch near the large old water tank used when the first Ghan train was operating. The round trip took us 2.5 hours from Wilpena and now we have settled in the Camping ground for a couple of nights. The area is planted with a variety of natives and there are many camps, caravans, tents, swags and trailers scattered throughout. It is a very busy complex with lots of people walking and exploring.The country is not so dry here much more interesting.
Wilpena has very much better Internet connection so now I am up to date with this series of blogs.

Elder Range south of Wilpena

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