National Park from Parnka Point to 42 Mile Crossing in South Australia.
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(October 10 -12, 2006)
Sunset at Parnka Point, a flock of geese flying south.
Arriving at Coorong National Park and checking out the wildlife posters for the
The camping fees, ok the way I read this is a car with 8 people pays less than
two cyclists with a tent, go figure.
A fox in a bush, foxes are not native to Australia, they were introduced here by
early settlers and are now seen as a nuisance..
Cindie reviewing the hydrology and geology of the region, this is a fresh water
lake here the ocean is to my left and the salt flats are to my right.
This little guy is a large lizard with a short tail called "stubby" by the
locals, he likes the shade of Tim's bike.
Morning at the Parnka Point campsite.
Wild flowers and native bushes of the Coorong.
Australian Pelicans are a common site along the Coorong.
These baby birds were nesting at the picnic shelter. We watched them learn
to fly why we were camped near by.
Skippy the Kangaroo came hopping by our campsite at dusk.
Effie, Ray and Maxine came out to meet us on their way to Melbourne, we are
having lunch in a local pub.
An emu, cousin to the ostrich, strolled by our camp about noon time.
Cindie out kangaroo hunting near out campsite at 42 mile crossing.
Our campsite at 42 mile crossing.
Larry the Lobster, outside of Kingston, Australia.
Andrew and Cindie riding near Mount Benson.