Alice Station B&B

25 The Fairway, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0870, Australia | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 25 The Fairway, Alice Springs, is near Royal Flying Doctor Service, Alice Springs Cultural Precinct, Aboriginal Australia Culture Centre, and Camels Australia.
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    Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

    Michelle's birthday spent in a town called Alice

    A travel blog entry by 60winterwarmer on Aug 07, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Great place. They print up new menus each day which have important events that happened on this day, such as today in 1888 the revolving door was invented. Also tomorrow's weather for most Australian cities is listed.

    We had to be back to our park by 9pm because we just had to have the pancakes again for dessert. Alas though, we couldn't fit a full serve each in so had to be happy sharing one serve.


    Back to the Centre of Australia

    A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Aug 06, 2014

    ... brought hundreds of men following the telegraph line seeking their fortune and as this was the only established site for a large area the staff and station couldn't cope with this huge influx so on the 28th November 1888 the South Australian Government gazetted the town of Stuart 5kms south of the station and then in 1933 responding to popular demand the town of Stuart was renamed to Alice Springs.

    Found this settlement was extremely interesting ...

    Retracing our steps into Central Australia

    A travel blog entry by lyn.jon on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... s first international airport before the war and had a 10,000ft runway, and flights used to arrive there from Singapore. During the war lots of bombers were stationed there. The meal in the pub that night was superb! We both had the beef n barra which is their speciality together with salad bar. Entertainment wise, the first old guy on his guitar sang some old rock plus a bit of country together with some funny songs about grey nomads and he was good. The second ...

    Alice Springs Part 1

    A travel blog entry by heathervdv on Jul 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to Alice Springs to deliver essential goods that had been rail freighted from Adelaide. Once the rail line had been extended to Alice Springs in 1922, the role of the Afghans ceased to exist. The telegraph station is situated midway between Darwin and Adelaide, and was the largest one on the line. The Station Master ran the settlement. He also looked after the post office, was the government official responsible for Central Australian Aborigines, held court at the ...

    A desert Park, two schools and a BBQ

    A travel blog entry by frankenichols on Jul 24, 2014

    27 photos

    ... owls and hawks. Onto a film about the area and to a staging arena where Anne was able to show us the way the women would gather fruits and nuts and how they were used. I became her model and she used me to show how the women would carry the goods on their head. Oh, such a woman I would have been. We were running a little late and dashed over to the school. The first school we visited was the Yipirinya school. The name comes from the ...