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Oct 9, 2013 - Innes National Park

09/10-11/10 Snakes, we have seen more snakes on this peninsular that we have in our life. They are the main road kill, but live ones are everywhere. Arrived at the National Park and camped up at Pondalowie Bay, two minutes walk to the beach and one other person there. The last day we were the only people there!! Took a walk to the beach and I was taking photos of animal tracks and stuff and I came across the snake track, got up close until Denton pointed out the Brown snake sitting the rock!! So we quietly backed away. Then I was cleaning...

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Apr 23, 2013 - Dolphin's playground

This morning we left the caravan park and drove to Stenhouse Bay in Innes National Park. We walked the historic walk to the top of this former mining town. It used to be a gypsum mining town, now its a historic ruin. At the end of the walk we went down to the jetty where there were a lot of people fishing. As we looked across the water to the cliffs we saw quite a few dolphins playing. It was so beautiful to watch. We reluctantly left there and drove right down to the Pondolowie surf beach. It was quite a walk over sand dunes on a board...

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Mar 24, 2013 - Innes National Park

Yesterday we traveled all of 8 kms from Marion bay to the Innes National Park, we are staying here until Wednesday when we are heading to a caravan park at Port Rickaby on the Yorke Peninsular for the Easter period. Not a lot to say as the weather has been a bit ordinary, wet and very windy. We haven't had a chance to go fishing or crabbing because of the weather, so it is just relaxing around the caravan with a few walks in between.

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