We thought we had seen all the cliffs but more was to come with many surprises. Cockatoos were using the cliffs as hangouts under shade and holes in the cliffs as substitute tree hollows. They were a common sight at cliffs in this section. We managed to get up close to some Fairy Martin nest and got some interesting photos. To our surprise we also saw ostriches at tops of cliffs.

Along this section we passed Morgan, a charming little historical town on the Murray. We went for a tour of this town. In the past this town was one of the busiest South Australian Murray River ports.

Below are some highlights of this section.

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monica schladetsch · 6 December 2015 at 9:12 pm

Loved the cockatoos nesting in the cliffs.

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Murray River Expedition

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