Coorong Camp Cultural centre

Coorong Camp Cultural centre, originally uploaded by gypsy woman1.

Next day we did find the turnoff to the Coorong Cultural centre and if we hadn’t been told to look for it we would’ve driven straight past, it was a very small sign post.

I’m so pleased we found it as it was a very informative centre with the aboriginal history of the area displayed in photos and displays of crafts, artifacts, and paintings. “Aunty Ellen” showed us around then told us of the Coorong wilderness lodge that had a restaurant with good food and views across the Coorong. It was 5kms along a gravel road and yes the food was good, Jack had the fresh Coorong mullett,again, and I had kangaroo patties…


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2 thoughts on “Coorong Camp Cultural centre

  1. Hi June, good to hear from you, yes we are having such an intersting time. But noe we are just getting to Melbourne and can almost smell the Gold Coast. See you later this year.


  2. jnewbold

    Hi Pauline and Jack,

    Super photos – have been following your journey. Guess we will see you sometime in the future if you ever settle in one place again. June


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