|Streaky Bay, hot, still and sunny.|
Ceduna itself has a nice foreshore and a Katherine-esque feel to it. As such this was a quick pit stop before our next camp of Streaky Bay, our one and only on the Eyre Peninsula. We arrived after what felt like hours of grain fields and more blue skies, into pretty Streaky Bay. Full of stone cottages dating to the late 1800s, a calm blue expanse of water streaked with weed and a main street with a few boutiques, I was happy. Once we got our waterfront site at the caravan park, Fiela was happy and the playgrounds kept the kids happy. The weather turned too; for the first time in months we were in shorts and shirts. The nights were still cool enough to bother with a fire on the beach, but there were times when the wind stopped and it was hot. Finally the cold, wet weather had broken.
Fiela kayaked for King George whiting, the kids played, I actually read a few chapters of a novel.
|Fun in the bay.|
|At Cape Labatt lookout.|
|Two Australian Sea Lions.|
|Australian Sea Lion colony at Cape Labatt..|
|Eyre Peninsula coastline...|
|And ocean beach just around the corner.|
|A windy day on the bay.|
|Camp at Streaky Bay.|