Morgan Happee Trail Walk eBook guide mobile

Morgan Happee Trail Walk eBook guide mobile


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Mobile Version: Morgan on the Murray River, South Australia is a truly wonderful small river community that’s kept the essence of its early paddle steamer heyday. From a rich river history and architecture to stunning river scenes this historic walk will keep you enjoying everything the town has to offer.

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Time walk approx: 2 hours
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Format: epub
Style: mobile/phone device

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