Quorn and surrounding

Then, after looking at the coastal suburbs of Glenelg and Semaphore it was up to the Flinders ranges, stopping only at Port Germein to walk the longest wooden jetty in Australia, 1.66km straight into the sea.

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We stayed in a delightful cottage in Quorn for two nights and did some lovely walks, the first being up Devils Peak, overlooking the Pichi Rich railroad and Port Augusta.

I got up early to take these sunrise photographs of the Richi Pichi Railyard on a freezing morning.

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Walk up Devils Peak near Quorn

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We also explored the back road from Quorn to Hawker and did a loop track through Warren Gorge over the hill and back.

 

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