We enjoyed several activities in Waikerie, located midway between Morgan and Renmark, including this early ferry across the Murray River to take morning photos of the ochre cliffs near the town.
Ferry Waikerie 1
Bend in Murray Waikerie
Other spots we liked were the exhibitions at the Rainmoth Gallery after which Waikerere is named, and the hot chocolate at Havenhand Chocolates & Cafe (we also stocked up on behalf of the Easter Bunny – very impressed with the individual quandong  and balsamic and salt choccies!)
The Wok on Water had been recommended to us by people in Morgan. Great Thai food aboard the Murray River Queen in the photo below, which also provides accommodation and a backpackers. Read our Tripadvisor review 
Murray River Queen 1Lorikeet 1
Above is the very beautiful Crimson Lorikeet (in this case a yellow version – don’t ask) in the caravan park checking out any pickings and impressing his lady friend.
We found a perfect slogan for Ian (and all our other photographer mates) in Paul White’s impressive photo gallery….
Life is like a camera…
Focus on what is important,
Capture the good times,
Develop from the negatives,
And if things don’t work out – take another shot!
Kitsch but kinda good!

One thought on “Waikerie

  1. Bob

    Lost some money on the Melb Cup in that Pub in Morgan–Jude bought her diamond circled ring in the antique shop there–she loves the little place–hardware shop was good as well–wonderful river history there–not many videos of historical activity (boats and trains etc) as far as I know–shame.

    Also–We have friends in Temora–shame I didn’t get you to look em up–they have the Honda and garage business there.


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