Photographs and Adventures


We travelled through the Coorong to the Fleurieu Peninsula where we had a few days exploring the coastal towns and, of course, the wineries in McLaren Vale. We were lucky to be able to visit the place where the Murray River flows into the sea. The mouth of the Murray is accessible from Hindmarsh Island, just off Goolwa at the bottom of the pensinsula and in the picture you can see the waves of the ocean through the break in the sand dunes, below the rainbow.

The unusual house was on the highway at Port Elliot, where we spent a couple of nights before heading up to McLaren Vale to visit some of the wineries.

2 responses

  1. Bianca Quinn

    Pete and Rhona! Wow great pics, I can’t belive how beatiful Turton Point coast is – amazing. Loving the boozy lace too, can just imagine you enjoying a nice galss of red Pete! Anyway, this is a great website so looking forward tofollowing your journey and we miss you lots! Love Bianca and JWRE xx

    June 10, 2011 at 10:11 am

  2. Josh Dunstan

    Hi Guys

    Love the photos, everyone in the office now want to go on holidays to SA. Great photo of the house, imagine how much that would have cost to build and the headaches!

    All the best on your travels,

    cheers Josh

    June 10, 2011 at 10:22 am

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