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Published: March 6th 2011
A short Ferry ride
The Ferry we had no idea we were going to take, but hey it is still a lot of fun, lifes journey you never know what is around the corner
The packing up process doesn’t take t long and we head out, via the seafood shop on the front to purchase a lobster.
The country we travelled was flat and easy to maintain a steady speed of 95/100kmh.
We stopped at a park at Meningie, a nice wayside on the journey through.
We set sail again after our cuppa with Milang, in our sights, this is the Fleurieu Peninsula close to the Victor harbour area and the a possible excursion to Kangaroo Island.
The GPS kept us on track, yet at one point we had some doubts, because it turned us off the highway towards a ferry crossing.
Oh BOY! Not in our plans, no prior warning and gee would it take our rig, what is the cost? Should we turn around?
Ah lets suck and see!
So we proceed with a little trepidation, but come to the Ferry crossing and it is a simple ferry that is used as a road extensions, just goes back and foward over a small river. We load up and are across in a few minutes. Good stuff.
The OZ Park at Milang kept up the standard we have come t enjoy with the OZ
Karon on the Tram
The Horse Tram to Granite Island along the long Jetty
park chain, with large sites and grassed areas, with good facilities.
We set up and relaxed for the arfternoon with a view f the water and the bird life certainly let us know they were there.
We had booked in for two nights, to allow us to look around Victor Harbour and also lok around the whole area as well as a possible visit to Kangaroo Island, the next day.
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