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Day 128 - Monday 10 September 2012

Port Augusta to Adelaide

We left the caravan park at about 9:30 am and filled up with diesel across the road at $1.519 - its good to be back to reasonable fuel prices again! Today's trip was 305 kms spent mainly in overdrive as the country is fairly flat with lots of passing lanes. We stopped for lunch at the bakery in Port Wakefield at about 12:30 pm and arrived at the Levi Park Caravan Park at about 2:00 pm. The park is a Top Tourist Park and had been recommended a couple of months back by fellow travellers. The caravan park is located in the grounds of Vale House that was donated to the local community by the Levi family. The caravan park is surrounded by parks and gardens with lots of mature trees and is located within walking distance of the city, albeit about 5 kms.

Levi Park Caravan Park

Levi Park Caravan Park

Our camp site

Our camp site

Amenities block and gardens

Amenities block and gardens

Vale House

Vale House

Vale House again

Vale House again

150 year old Moreton Bay Fig Tree

150 year old Moreton Bay Fig Tree

They call this trickle the River Torrens

They call this trickle the River Torrens

After setting up camp for 9 days, David rang the local Novus dealer to have the stone chips in the windscreen repaired. At $80.00 for each chip they recommended a new windscreen at $190 provided we delivered the Navara to their depot that was only 5 kms away. We booked in for 8:00 am tomorrow and the replacement should only take 1 to 1.5 hours.

Posted by TwoAces 23:39

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