DAY 10: PORT GERMEIN- NARACOORTE
Port Germein on a Sunday morning in very quiet, we leave while the local are getting ready for a Sunday market that looks interesting. The sea is calm, we have our breakfast on the seaside and off we go.
238km from Adelaide. Not too far.
On the road we pass a gorgeous lake, called Bumbunga lake, in a place called Lochiel, it has such amazing colours, unfortunately you can’t see the pink/purple/blue in the photo.
We arrive in Adelaide but we find out that there is a special event in the city and it’s a bit of a nightmare parking our van so we decide to carry on driving and stop at a small German village called Hanhdorf, which we love.
The place has a special European feeling that we love and the hills around it are just beautiful.
We drive a little bit further and we finally arrive at Naracoorte; I feel exhausted but the camp site is nice and the kids can’t wait to play at the playground and jump on the jumping pillow once more.
At the camp site there is an old double decker bus parked in front of our tent;it gives such a strange English touch to the place!