Breakfast was a good old traditional bacon and eggs, and then we headed off, driving along the border of South Australia and Victoria. This was also the border for the Murray Sunset National Park, and on the other side were what appeared to be vast wheat fields to the horizon. A real highlight on this stretch was seeing a huge flock? herd? of emus, many hundreds of them, at full gallop.
We stopped for a latish lunch at Wentworth to see the junction of the Murray and the Darling rivers. It was there we decided to overnight at a caravan park so we can do a couple of loads of washing, and our site was about half a dozen paces to the Darling River, sharing with a few ducks. Only a couple of hundred kilometres driven today, so that puts us dangerously close to grey nomad status.