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South Australian COG - May 12 & 13 - 2018 (Read 14803 times)
 
Reply #10 - Jan 14th, 2018 at 10:02pm

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Going for a drive in the next few days to check out how clean the place I have in mind is. Would people be interested in coming to the Yorke Peninsula for a COG?
 

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yeah why not
Which location are you checking out?
theres lots to pick from
 
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Just got back from The Gap near Balgowan. I think it will be to squeezy for us.
Do you think Gleeson's Landing will be to far to go? Great fishing. Smiley
 

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Reply #13 - Jan 15th, 2018 at 6:01pm

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But camping in SA facing the ocean is great but you are exposed to the elements.
There is always Towitta near Adelaide.
Or Cadell.
Or what about that farm stay Derek found up the river?
 

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Reply #14 - Jan 15th, 2018 at 6:07pm

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I must admit that a camp on the Victorian side of Adelaide would be better for us.

The place I stayed at was Benson Park.  You would need to call him and make the arrangements.

If you are interested the guys name is Ken and it is $15 a night.  http://wikicamps.com.au/site/193743/34188556
 

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Well, I did say we will be heading to WA, its on the Eyre Peninsular not Yorke, but Perlubie beach would be a great COG spot with flush toilets, beach shelters and a coin donation. (byo firewood, but who needs a fire when heat beads are so easy)
May be just a little too distant from the East, but there are some other great locations once Port Augusta is behind.
Having travelled the Nullarbor 9 times we still really enjoy that journey. Smiley
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Reply #16 - Jan 15th, 2018 at 8:09pm

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Just had a look on Google Maps.  Would us non 4X4 people get in there Michael.  Looks very sandy.

I expect there would be a chance of a salmon or two off the beach there????
 

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Benson Pk  looks good
it has plenty of fresh free range meat available  Grin










No seriously  that place looks awesome
 
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We should be OK to go to this cog.

Where ever it suits people is OK.

I would go anywhere between Black Cockatoo down south and Spear Creek bush caravan park up north.

Spear Creek would fit in with Mikel's travel as he would right drive past it.

 

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Reply #19 - Jan 16th, 2018 at 9:33am

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Derek if you make the detor to SA with route would you take back home? Through Broken Hill?
Michael Eyre Peninsular is out of our reach for that weekend.
Spear Creek and Benson Park would be our limits.
 

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