We went to check out a wildlife sighting on the outskirts of Adelaide. A southern right whale and her calf were in the sheltered waters of Christies Beach.
Some lovely coastline at Buddina – we bought takeaway fish and chips at Norma’s and enjoyed the fabulous view for free. Took a lovely walk from Moffat Beach to Kings Beach, via Shelly Beach which has some fab rock pools to explore.
Morning views of Moffat Beach and nearby Dicky Beach.
We picked a morning of smooth seas for our first sea kayak in SA. Even at suburban Semaphore we saw some interesting wildlife – two NZ fur seals on the breakwater wall. They didn’t seem too concerned by visitors.
My distain for Adelaide suburban beaches has lessened since I’ve been away from SA. Glenelg was a great place to stay for a night, and the beach was clean and perfect for a dip.
A visit to the beach a couple of weeks ago. Moonta Bay, post school holidays. It’s oh so quiet.
At Cowell we stopped to check out some of the op shops, but we were mainly there to see the silo art. The mural features a local identity, Lionel Deer, and one of his camels, plus a Port Lincoln Parrot in flight. Artwork by NITSUA. We travelled on to Whyalla, spending a night there beforeContinue reading “Cowell to Whyalla”
Port Neill has a lovely jetty and some excellent mosaic work on the foreshore. We just took a short walk but it looked like a great place to visit for a night or two. Our next major stop was the mangroves walk at Arno Bay. There are a number of different trails you can followContinue reading “Port Neill to Arno Bay”
Tumby Bay is a lovely little seaside town on lower Eyre Peninsula. And it is working hard to encourage people to visit with a yearly festival, Colour Tumby, supporting street art. Also a wonderful place to enjoy Coffin Bay oysters at the Seabreeze Hotel. One morning I went for a walk along the beach andContinue reading “Tumby Bay”