Leaving the Fleurieu Peninsula today we travelled through seaside towns of Port Elliot, Middleton and Goolwa, then wine growing regions of Strathalbyn & Langhorne Creek with acres & acres of vineyards – unfortunately we were too early in the morning for Cellar Doors to be opened! Wellington we caught a punt across Lake Alexandrina & headed off down the Princes Highway towards Mount Gambier. Once again the scenery changed – salt lakes (pink) to cattle and sheep grazing to huge pine forests for as far as the eye could see. No matter what area you travelled through, there were old stone buildings and lonely stone ruins, all magnificent in their own way. After 472 klms we arrived in Mount Gambier where we plan to explore caves, dormant volcanoes, wineries & more over the next couple of days. What a wonderfully diverse country this is. The changes across the landscape are truly amazing and virtually bursting with colour.