We've headed northwest through the Clare Valley, another wine region and on to Port Pirie. Just north of Port Pirie we were told by a reliable source to stop at "Harry's" to try out the homemade sausage!! We didn't buy the metre long one, but settled for the smaller variety which was so nice we should have bought two!
At the tiny seaside town of Port Germein we walked the 1.6km longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere where people were catching blue swimmer crabs.
We continued on through to Port Augusta - the crossroad to the outback - and on to Whyalla, where we camped at a lovely spot close to the lighthouse. Unfortunately I let some mozzies in during the night so we ran around swatting them all before brekky - I think they seemed to have had a good feed during the night!
The Eyre Peninsula has some wonderful historic coastal towns, so it's great to explore the streets and local shops and we've treated ourselves to a cool cider on a hot day at the local pub! The people here are so friendly, it's great. South of Cowell, we found a fantastic free camp right on the beach where we could swim, fish, walk and just enjoy the view - wow, even saw dolphins swimming by! Can it get any better than this?