Flinders Ranges – Gorges

Bunneyroo Ridge

With our Elddis on site in the natural bush at Rawnsley Station South Australia it was time to head off through the Flinders Ranges Gorges. A tour through Mother Earth’s work over 500 million years, gorges faulted by incredible geological activity. Deep ravines with rock formations on diving angles surrounding you. Drive …

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Perry Sandhills, a ‘micro’ Sahara..


  Perry Sandhills, Wentworth NSW   A very short drive from our Elddis caravan’s base at the Mildura Big4 Deakin we ventured out to the famous Perry Sandhills. On the edge of the flood plain that includes Thegoa Lagoon are these ancient sandhills and they also include Aboriginal cultural heritage …

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Flinders Ranges, S.A. Simply awesome


  We finally made it.  The Flinders Ranges, a life long dream of seeing this Australian Icon. The previous year we had to cancel our visit half way through our journey there due to severe bushfires in the area. Somewhere you don’t want to be when that is unfortunately happening… …

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Victor Harbor, S.A


We had heard so much about Victor Harbor we were very keen to spend a few days there. On Encounter Bay, not far from the mouth of the mighty Murray River, nestled on the southern coast of the State and marking a beginning of the Limestone Coast Peninsulas. Beaches, Granite …

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Venus Bay, Vic. A little Coastal Haven


Our Elddis’afari took us to coastal Victoria, down into magnificent Gippsland heading towards Wilsons Promontory and we found a secret little haven, Venus Bay. Positioned in Cape Liptrap where magnificent surf beaches morph into rugged cliffs the closer you get to ‘The Prom’. As you approach Venus Bay you pass …

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Outback Art – Desert Sculptures


Only 15 minutes from iconic Broken Hill NSW is an artistic gem, ‘The Desert Sculptures’. Carved from sandstone by artists from all over the world these artistic icons are creatively perched atop a small hill, with views across the plains and becoming a focal point for the majestic outback sunset. …

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Sunset Mecca, Moonta Bay, S.A


On our Elddis’afari in pursuit of visiting the South Australian Peninsulas, famous for their waters edge sunsets and fishing, we came across a quiet little haven, Moonta Bay. The coastal resort, an extension of historic Copper mining town Moonta. What a location for a sunset, especially from the Moonta Bay …

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Whale of a port, Eden NSW


Heading north on the East coast of Australia you discover wonderful Eden, with its whaling & fishing history and home to one of the longest piers you will find, built on the 3rd deepest natural harbour in the southern hemisphere. Today we see the Whale as a treasure & a …

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