THE dinosaur ant. Well, maybe not. I’m pretty sure they were still very small.
Information sign re Pildappa Rock
Pildappa Rock. Our campsite in the background.
Farmland, as seen from Pildappa Rock, at sunset.
Looking towards the Gawler Ranges from Pildappa Rocks.
Sunset on top of Pildappa Rock.
In the ‘basin’ on top of Pildappa Rock at sunset.
The wave-like effect of Pildappa Rock.
On the way to the Organ Pipes.
Damn! And damn again!
Beautiful red rocks set amongst the green of the bushes. It was a lovely site.
They were pretty interesting.
So pleased to have seen Sturts Desert Pea – South Australia’s floral emblem.
Granite monument to the Australian Farmer. Note the wheat sheaves, the smaller figures representing family and the sheep.
Another side of the Australian Farmer monument. The stylised human is formed from a sickle, and the lambs signify growth.
Edward John Eyre and his friend Wylie looking over the countryside they’re yet to explore. At Kimba.
Eyre and Wylie sculptures on top of White Knob, Kimba. Note Eyre is holding his compass.
Pretty fruiting bush on the Roora Walk.
Walking along the Roora Trail at Kimba.
Looking over the tiny township of Iron Knob to the tailings of the iron ore mine behind.
This Google Earth view of Iron Know will give you an idea of the size of the mine, with the tiny town beside it. The red circle is where we camped the night.
Just in case you’re in a hurry and not sure where to find it. Iron Know camping area.
A lovely park at the very tip of Spencers Gulf at Port Augusta.
Dry salt lake as we leave Port Augusta