Day 212: Port Pirie

Day 212: 9.30am

Good morning all it another beautiful day of doing what you need to do today  just a quick update just letting you know that we are about 20km out from Port Pirie. We be getting into Port Pirie town around about 2:00pm today. If anyone who like to meet us or have a yarn. Please come out and see us walk into your town to say hello or come and meet us when we have settled our camp up this afternoon  I well be putting up a location letting people know where we settled up our camp in Port Pirie

Day 212: 12pm

Finely made it to Port Pirie we going to be here for one night and than we going to push it to the next town

Day 212: 5.30pm

Hey guys  just enjoying my night here in Port Pirie. The owner’s of a caravan park and motel in Port Pirie was very nice to give us a place to stay for free with the help of Elaine Crombie who have organize this for us. Thank you Elaine Crombie and Port Pirie owners of caravan park for this. THANK YOU

Day 212: 8.30pm

From the camp to Port Pirie. – Noonie

[Admin Gee Post]

Introducing Pablo and Reuben!

Pablo messaged the team a few months back wanting to join the walk all the way from Perth! He and Reuben have since been enjoying the trip of a lifetime, sometimes with the team, sometimes ranging ahead of them. Keep an eye out for pics and features from the Adventures of Pablo and Reuben, they plan to go the entire distance to Canberra!

Great having you with us guys!

Day 212: 9pm

I had spent this day with Anne, this is going up into the Range and later in the day coming down the Range, had a good day. – Noonie

[Guest Post] Anne: Port Germaine Gorge. Nature’s wonderland.

Author: Clintonswalkforjustice

I’m a Wajuk, Balardung, Kija and a Yulparitja man from the West of Australia. I will be walking across country from Matagarup/Heirrison Island in Perth to Parliament House in Canberra, following songlines and visiting communities along the way, where I will eventually be seeking audience with the Prime Minister and address the many injustices against the First Nations people of this land.

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