Annual Field Trip and Adventure for 2021 is the Eyre Peninsula. (for SCCC members). Due to the distances involved this will be a longer trip and I am planning a week minimum but you can shorten or extend to suit yourself. Enquiries to Grant via form below.
Itinerary: Sat Sept 18: Arrive / Rendezvous in Whyalla. Sun Sept 19: Depart Whyalla. Arrive Elliston/Venus Bay. Tues Sept 21: Depart Elliston/Venus Bay. Arrive Streaky Bay. Thurs Sept 23: Depart Streaky Bay. Arrive Kimba (via Wudinna). Sat Sept 25: Depart Kimba. (home for some ... OR points North for those who want to explore further ... read on) NOTE: from this point 4wd, awd &/or high clearance vehicles will be required and weather conditions will dictate what we can or can not do and this part of the trip may not happen. Sat Sept 25: Arrive Mt Ive Station.( from Mt Ive we will explore Lake Gairdner and Gawler Ranges Nat Park.) Tues Sept 28: Depart Mt Ive. Arrive Whyalla / Pt Augusta via Iron Knob (including mine tour) ... enroute for home. Examples of accommodation are given below (for 2 people unless otherwise noted and per night). Elliston Apartments: $120. Elliston Caravan Park: 2 Bedroom cabins $250. Pwrd Sites. Venus Bay Caravan Park: Cabins $80-$140. Pwrd Sites $32.50. Streaky Bay: Foreshore Caravan Park: 2 Bedroom Cabins $112 - $140. Pwrd Sites $34-$44. Little Islands Caravan Park: 1 Bedroom Villas $135. Pwrd Sites $35. Ensuite Sites $44. Kimba 0r Wudinna: Kimba Hotel Motel has 27 rooms of varying levels, but website gives no prices. Shell Service Station / Caravan Park. Community Oval Park. Wudinna has motels and caravan park with cabins. Mt Ive Station: has a range of accommodation from basic quarters $65 through to self contained cottage $160. Pwrd & camp sites $28.
What do you need to do now: If you are interested, complete the form below, it is an Expression of Interest and does not commit you, but lets Grant know how many are interested and in what component of the trip. Yes, it is early days, but the sooner we get an indication of your thoughts, the better the planning can be, these trips do not just magically appear, a lot of work goes into them.
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