Meldanda is a reserve near Cambrai which has nature trails, gardens and a campsite. And some excellent trees. Peramangk, Ngaiawang, Ngarrindjeri and Nganguruku country.
While it might seem that the only place we’ve been lately is Warren, there is always something to see whenever we walk or kayak here. We did a walk in West Warren, a half loop. We took the centre path up the hill and then turned left down the first fire track which has noContinue reading “No-name fire track”
We enjoyed the full North Warren loop experience on Sunday. It’s a lovely 8.8km walk through eucalypts, pine forests and at the moment, water. We went clockwise and only got wet socks in the last 15 minutes. Our last walk here was in May with less puddles and more funghi.
After our walk at Mannum Waterfalls we checked out the town. Just beyond the ferry is a lovely bird watching spot.
We’ve had a few outings to Kaisterstuhl Conservation Park, which is a glorious place for a walk. On our last visit (in May) we took the longer trail, Wallowa, which heads up the hill to the Kaiserstuhl Native Forest Reserve.
Myponga reservoir opened in April 2021 for kayaking, and is a beautiful area to explore. Once you’ve done some exercise, you can check out the nearby Smiling Samoyed Microbrewery for something to drink, eat, or just to pat one of the sweet samoyed pooches.
The Silo art trail in Victoria is well-documented, so it’s easy to do some research before you hit the road. In Woomelang, there are multiple mobile silo art sites – not part of the official silo art trail. We didn’t realise until after we’d passed through the town that there are eight mobile silos inContinue reading “Silos – part 2”
We went walking at Mount Crawford on a track which takes you around Jenkin’s Scrub and on part of the Heysen trail. It’s not signposted but detailed directions can be found in Adelaide’s Best Bush, Coast and City Walks.