Kayce and I walked down to the cave this morning. Watched as the showers kept sweeping across the bay, decided to take a chance and by the time we got back we were soaked.
Decided to tour the peninsula today. Visited Cape Jervis where the ferry goes to kangaroo Island, we priced the ferry for a 3 day trip over with the van, but at $740 bit on the pricey side. Will save that for a 2 week holiday down the track.
Driving on we reached Victor Harbour a huge town that links into Port Elliott, Middleton Beach and finally Goolwa where the Murray River meets the sea.
Victor harbour is a bustling city with the Esplanade proving very popular with pubs and cafes.
We were recommended the bakery at Port Elliott where we had to lineup outside where there would have been 30 in the queue.
Sat at Horseshoe Bay to enjoy our lunch. Port Elliott is a trendy bustling town centre very chic. People everywhere shopping on the boutique shops or enjoying the cafes and pubs.
A train runs through the town .
Goolwa is a special place where Pete and Tony were a part of The Murray River Challenge in which brothers Brenton and Sean McGrath along with Nev Wilson and Ross Salmon waterskied the length of the Murray River some 2216 km's. Pete and Tone drove one of the boats.
We tried unsuccessfully to locate some memorabilia in the museums and galleries.
We also checked out where the Murray meets the sea.
On the way home we stopped at Wirrina Cove Resort ( just 15 km away from camp)
Amazed that there is a golf course resort complete with marina and housing estate seemingly on the middle of no where.
Had to lick one of the tap in absence of our travelling companion Tone and the boys as they have started the journey towards home due to one less week than us.