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Apr 16, 2016 - Adelaide to Mt Remarkable

Thursday 14-4-2016 6th stop at Mount Remarkable National Park Today I woke up and I watched the dogs on the beach because we had a view of the bay, and it was a dog friendly beach. It was very funny, one dog was runnning with the birds and another one kept peeing on lumps of seaweed. Then we had a nice breakfast which was bacon and eggs. After that we packed up and got on the road by 9:30. Before we left wet gave the neighbours dog a bit of leftover bacon. Then we stopped for at 11:30 for a snack and got back on the road and I fell asleep...

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Sep 25, 2013 - Mt Remarkable NP

25/09 Huge drive today to the Mt Remarkable National Park, only 50kms away. Beautiful spot among the huge river gums, heaps of walks. Great for all types of camping, with two camp areas and groups are kept in another site. As we were setting up we noticed a tree goanna climbing up a tree, all hell broke loose with the pink and greys squarking and flapping wings, then the crows came in to help and between them they scared the goanna away. We thought that was pretty special how they all helped each other out. Took a short walk this arvo and...

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Feb 13, 2010 - The Unstoppable Hikers!

Mount Remarkable National Park was quite an expansive place. We had come in to the Mowbray Creek side to camp, but there was so much more to see. We had spoken to the ranger to get a heads up on what should be at the top of our list to do here and got two words: Alligator Gorge. It was on the other side of the park, about an hours’ drive away, so we got ready the next morning (fruit and nut mix on hand) and headed out there. Despite my complaints about the hiking, we really had had alot of fun, as each hike was very different, with new...

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Feb 12, 2010 - Mount Remarkable

Australia really is an amazing country. Inside of this giant continent, exist landscapes and geographies that are in complete contrast to one another. You don’t need to travel too far to go from one extreme to the other. After the Yorke Peninsula, with it’s open, dry countryside and rugged, beautiful beaches, we felt spoilt for anything after it. But, it turns out, beauty sometimes just can’t be compared. We travelled from the western coast of Yorke up through to Mount Remarkable National Park, just below Wilmington. We were now officially...

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