From Adelaide to Mount Gambier

22 Mar 2015 7:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Getting from Adelaide to Mount Gambier took eight hours, but our energetic guide/driver, Flick, of Truely Tribal Tours made it an interesting day. Our first stop was for wine tasting at the Bremerton Winery. They offered a variety of wines, and the balmy weather added to our enjoyment. At Wellington we crossed the Murray River on a ferry, giving us a chance to walk onto the ferry and see the river up close. Along the way the landscape changed from rolling hills to flat rangeland peppered with sheep, goats, and cattle. We had our picnic lunch on the shore of Lake Albert. We even made a brief photo stop at The Big Lobster, a roadside oddity 17 meters high, weighing four tons. On our arrival at Mount Gambier the club members welcomed us and took us to the Masonic Hall for a potluck dinner an a really warm welcome. I was glad to once again see the two club members I had met on the Semester at Sea Baltic cruise last May.

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