This was taken on the way to Cowell just after leaving Whyalla. I believe it is called Iron Duke
Commercial Hotel A lovely place to eat.
Cowell is again a fishing town well renowned for their oysters situated on the Franklin Harbour, a 48sqkm natural harbour with calm fish filled waters, has for many years fostered Cowell’s reputation as one of the best fishing destinations in South Australia. The words Cowell and Jade go hand in hand; as it is here that the beautiful nephrite jade was discovered in 1965 in the nearby Minbrie Range. Cowell Jade is recognised as the oldest and one of the largest deposits in the world, with a variety of colours and patterns not found elsewhere. Jade jewellery and souvenirs can be purchased at the Post Office.
The Black Stump placed in the centre of town between two Hotels the sign below explains it all.
The main street of Cowell the Hotel in the front is the Franklin Harbour Hotel.
About 5kms from Cowell, in Lucky Bay we stopped to watch the ferry come in. It comes across twice a day from Lucky Bay to Wallaroo.
Loading cars on to ferry
Is this the smallest Caravan?
Have a Happy Easter everyone and safe travels to our Motorhome friends.