Thursday 21 October 2010

We left Lincoln National Park and headed up the east coast of the Eyre Peninsula as we had a number of places recommended to us.  We visited Boston Bay Winery that had a great view of the harbour just north of Port Lincoln.  The wines weren’t too bad luckily, as we needed to restock supplies.  We checked out a number of spots including Tumby Bay, Lipson Cove (Beautiful little beach), Arno Bay and Cowell.  We bought some oysters at Cowell Roadhouse and headed for Point Lowley for the night.  It’s a free camp that’s virtually in the car park of the boat ramp about 300 metres from a lighthouse.  There’s a rock wall to fish off, but I only caught weeds and rocks as usual.  This spot is very popular and you need to get in early and the flies were prolific and very friendly.

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