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Mar 8, 2013 - Yorke Peninsula

After spending a nice couple of days with Ange and the kids we left Gawler yesterday heading to the Yorke Peninsula. Ange and Darrin's daughter, Danny-Lee who was leaving for a trip to England with her friend Alex yesterday at 2.30pm. We came up through the Clare Valley wine area (and I didn't stop at a winery) This was a nice drive. We have ended up at a place called Black Point, which is a very small camping area on the west coast of the Yorke Peninsula and is overlooking the beach, as we only booked it yesterday we have a bay that is at...

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Nov 27, 2003 - Time for a break

We were physically and mentally exhausted after the Nullabor but decided to press on another couple of hundred kilometres to the Innes National Park, which is on a boot-shaped peninsula called Yorke. It's a big wheat-producing area, so there were huge fields, but as the peninsula is only about thirty kilometres wide, many of them practically extend down to the sea - the kind of idyllic farms that feature in animated children's programmes. The National Park is right down on tip of the peninsula and a modest entry fee entitles you to camp at...

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