Battersbys Camp to Sapling Creek

Our walk for the first full day was through the Lower Glenelg National Park, between the two camp sites in the heading.    The Glenelg River here is an impressive sight, wide and seemingly with quite a current.    While we saw the river at many points, the walking track, while being more-or-less parallel to the river, certainly doesn’t run alongside it.    For much of the of the time, we were on tracks (often for fire access, but some walking tracks too) through the forest.  The forest was interesting enough, with many birds, a kangaroo or two and an echidna, and the vegetation varies according to local micro-climates (and the type of soil).

We reached the designated pick up just a few minutes before the appointed time, and rounded off the day with a self-catered BBQ at our accommodation.

Steps down to the river
Glenelg River
Track through forest
The river again

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