Carolyn and Greg's Nomadic Adventures travel blog

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... in an old gum tree

Panorama of Moorook camp

Looking south along the Murray

Intrepid fisherman, yellow belly from the Murray

Sunrise

Waikerie ferry

Crossing the Murray


27th/28th/29th April

At last, full service.

Unfortunately we are moving on today.Had a great week at Buronga Riverside Caravan Park. Very relaxing watching the paddle steamers up and down the Murray. If you around this area, we highly recommend this park.

Today we will be travelling to Moorook where we will spend the night. We have to go through quarantine checks at Yamba, no fruit or veg across the border into South Aus.After the inspection we travelled on into Renmark to replenish supplies, from the same chain of stores we bought our fruit and veg. in Mildura.( Rediculous )Woolies are sitting on a gold mine here.

Have reached Moorook Reserve, a beautiful spot. We decided instantly to stay an extra night.

Camped by the river, very relaxing, with lots of fishing.We have now decided to stay a 3rd night ( Only $8.00 per night with 3rd night free )The men are getting lots of bites with a few small returners.Later in the day Rob caught two yellow bellies which were keepers.

Spent the last day relaxing. Acold wind and overcast today.Definately moving on tomorrow, will be spending the night at Hancocks Lookoutnear Wilmington.

We will be in Woomera on Tuesday & Wednesday.



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