Tocumwal Town Beach

From Chiltern we travelled along country roads to Tocumwal. We knew friends of ours that we met at Standown Park last year were staying there so we joined them for a couple of days.

Town Beach is a $5/Night/Person campsite that is in a great location.

Looking over to the other side of the river.

On the Town Beach side there is a sandy beach.

As always I enjoyed some good walks, this one lead me downstream of Town Beach along the Murray.

The first morning I intended to walk around the back of the camp site returning from the opposite side.

I met around a dozen Kangaroos. My plan to return via the other side was thwarted by fences so I had to return the way I left.

On the second night it was time for a camp oven dinner, the first on this trip.

We had a great evening with our friends watching the flames in the fire and discussing the world and other trivia.

Followed by roast pork and vegies cooked on the campfire. On the last morning I walked along the River Path that leads into Tocumwal. I heard many birds and saw few.

These birds are tiny – just compare the size of it with the gum leaves on the ground.

A couple of Shags – perhaps Pied Shags?

We had a couple of great days with our friends. After goodbyes and promises to keep in touch we left for Nyah.


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3 Responses to Tocumwal Town Beach

  1. Peter says:

    Wonderful pictures. It’s almost as if we were travelling with you. Enjoy SA especially the Barosso Valley.
    Peter and Denise

  2. Thanks for the compliment. We will be staying in Springton in the Barossa Valley for a few days with friends. I am sure we will enjoy the location as well as the produce of the area.

  3. wandwill says:

    As usual, the photos are lovely, enjoy

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