The Coorong, South Australia

This is just a small collection of shots from the Coorong, South Australia
All in a row

All in a row

Settled down on an old fence line just outside Pelican Point, Coorong

Mullet Fisherman

Mullet Fisherman

This Coorong Mullet fisherman was noisly sent on his way by a flock of pelicans

readying the nets

readying the nets

These two fishermen are preparing to head out for Coorong Mullet. They were in a Coorong shack that had been there for almost 60 years.

The coorong is a stretch of water that forms part of the Lower Murray river system.

The Coorong is a strip of tidal water separated from the ocean by the Younghusband Peninsula, forming part of th River Murray mouth.

 

The Coorong is an awesome place, significant in Aboriginal Culture, the setting for the Australian novel Stormboy and well worth a visit when you're in South Australia.

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Mullet Fisherman

This Coorong Mullet fisherman was noisly sent on his way by a flock of pelicans