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This lake has some beautiful spots along it to camp. It is so tranquil and great place to chill out. Depending on where you are, you can also see Coorong National Park with all its sand dunes. There are pelicans and other migration birds that...More
Where the Murray river system meets the ocean, it first expands out into this huge lake. The start of the famous Coorong waterways and a massive recreation area stretching more than the eye can see in places.
Swam here at the Milang pier a few hours after sunset - no-one around and as it is fresh water, felt safe and relaxed. The water was warm, the town quiet and the beach to the left of the pier totally secluded. I hear the...More
This is where the Murray River meets the Ocean.
A very big lake with a number of quaint settlements scattered around it.
Great for water activities or just chilling taking in the expansive water views.
Worth a visit.
Don't know why we waited so long to check out the Lake!
Since visiting we have been here twice in one week :)
Patch of sand on the bank for the kids, the water is perfect for them to kick around in. Plenty of facilities...More
A highlight of our tour of South Australia was the visit to the shores of Lake Alexandrina. Once again in the news with possible water cuts, we were glad to see it healthy, lots of bird life and plentiful fish contributing to the local community....More
When we came to the end of the Great Ocean road, we continued on into South Australia, along the Limestone Coast. A place of low population, and wide vista's, a place to get an idea of just how big Australia is...without heading into the red...More
Mt Gambier, a quick stop at the blue lake, and a slightly longer stop at the Umpherson Sink hole…. both worth a look. Penola has a Petticoat lane with a small number of old "Aussie" houses...We went down through Millicent... More
Mt Gambier, a quick stop at the blue lake, and a slightly longer stop at the Umpherson Sink hole…. both worth a look. Penola has a Petticoat lane with a small number of old "Aussie" houses...We went down through Millicent toi get back to the coast and on to Robe....Robe looked OK has a reputation for restaurants....did not like the motel we were booked in. The on to Victor Harbour...If you stay on the coast road, you get the Limestone coast, and you can take the free ferry across the Murray, rather than going all the way up to Murray Bridge.