After heading south from Peterborough, we came across the historic town of Terowie (from an Aboriginal word meaning “Hidden Water”.
There is a free camping area here with a welcoming sign on the gate!
The camp is set up in what was once a thriving “change of gauge” railway station. It is now a few rundown buildings, lots of prickles and some plaques with the history of the town.
We also found an apple tree that was loaded with apples! The children had fun picking and eating them!
A rare treat!
The playground across the road was great for the kids and dogs to test their skills, run off some excess energy or just to relax!
After a good nights rest, Jireh was ready for another day of travel!