Saturday 28th March - Gawler to RenmarkA low of 11.2 last night and a very hot 38.3. So glad we had no car issues today and thankful for the air-conditioning. Let the drive home re-commence. Just over 200km today to Renmark, taking over two hours. Along the way we had caught glimpses of the Murray River, with a big bridge crossing at Blanchetown. We arrived after 1 and it's pretty hot out here. The van air-con is used, the first time in a long time. At least we feel like we are doing something to get us home now. We're staying in the Riverbend Caravan Park, which is situated on the banks of the Murray River. Poor TV reception, so Clive sets up the satellite dish. With COVID we need to know what is happening, so news every night is important. We listen to the ABC during the drive to as there are regular updates. A drive through site, so no un-hitching required. It's a nice large park, so Clive decides to go for a walk late in the afternoon, as they have walking track. Along the way he sees a koala. Manages to take a picture then the camera battery goes flat. Where are the spares? He left them in the van, so back he comes and sets off again. He finds the koala now up a tree, so a few more shots and time to finish the walk as it's starting to get dark. Still no closure of the NSW and Victorian borders, so we should be able to get into NSW tomorrow via a quick trip into Victoria.