After we completed our tour in Western Australia we flew to Adelaide the capital of South Australia. We were still accompanied by our friends, Helen and Paul and we met our other friends, Ann and George at the Mercure Hotel.
The next morning we picked up a hire car big enough to fit all six of us and the luggage. Then we set off for Port Augusta at the tip of Spencer Gulf. We made a few stops on the way... you guessed it... for coffee and sight seeing. It was another dull day.
|The people mover|
We drove on and found a house in the middle of the road being transported elsewhere.
Then we arrived in the lovely town of Kadina. Established in 1878 as a copper mining town. It was settled by miners from Cornwall in England. Mining ceased in 1938.
There are many colonial and federation style buildings.
South Australia has beautiful wild flowers too.