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... Put back……We then shop for food (steak for the BBQ) and essentials at Woolworths (still going here as a supermarket, presumably a different company), then have lunch at the Red Ochre Grill. This is ‘outback tapas’ – chargrilled kangaroo salad with pickled Kakadu plums, camel and date sausages (taste like beef) and a mix of dips including bunya pesto and roast beet and pepperberry. The café is part of the Aurora hotel and soon fills up with ...
After our round trip back to Katherine are first couple of nights are spent in rest areas where 24 hour stopping is allowed.
Then it is a stop at Daly waters at the Hi-way inn to fill up on water and recharge everything on 240 volt, lot quicker than are usual solar power. This place gives us each a free on tap beer or wine for staying here. We were going to stay at the Daly waters pub, it supposed to be the place to stay , people leave things ...
We had visited the opal mining city of Coober Pedy with its fascinating underground homes earlier this year and decided not to stop this time although it was tempting. It was a long mostly nothing much drive north towards Alice Springs about 700 kms straight there but the idea of going this way was to see Uluru. We crossed the border in the afternoon and decided to stop overnight at Kulgera about 70 kms to the turn off to the Lasseter highway. It was a pretty ...
... are in their original state and the information boards provide a key to life there during this period for men and women. However the reason we are visiting is because it houses the Women’s Hall of Fame celebrating the pioneering women of Australia. It also documents the achievements of Australian women first in their field. This is an excellent display and was a dream of Molly Clark- a pioneer herself who lived all her life in the outback, establishing an outback tourist venture ...
... ascent to the crest of the Heavitree Range. It was a long climb but the views were worth it – especially the very rocky side track to Counts Point for magnificent views over the mountains and ridges. Apparently it was one of the spots at which they filmed the children’s choir singing for the renowned Qantas ad, so Penny, Michaela and I sang I Still Call Australia Home at the top of the ridge. We enjoyed a bite of lunch at the junction overlooking the mountains, then ...