Kathys Place Bed and Breakfast

Address: 4 Cassia Court, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0870, Australia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

King's Canyon/Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by dcurwen on Nov 06, 2015

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What a lovely place -very quiet away from the maddening crowds! We chose to do a creek walk this am rather than climbing 55 steps and then up a mountain and along a ridge - a 3 hour 6 kilometre walk that started extremely early (4:30 am). Ours started after breakfast with an 8 am pick up. This was our warmest day hitting temps of 38. The hikes have to start early because of the heat. Our walk followed a dry creek bed with lots ...

A Lost Spring

A travel blog entry by emileeh on Nov 05, 2015

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... Alice. Alice Springs was built around what settlers thought was a spring. That spring turned out to be just temporary, and Alice now sits on two rivers which ate both dry most of the year. First, I visited the Botanical Gardens...VERY different from the ones in Adelaide. Then I explored the small city's downtown. Finally, I climbed the Anzac War Memorial hill for a great view of the ...

East and west McDonnell Ranges and Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Oct 22, 2015

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... sites. 2 styles of petroglyphs from 2 time periods are here, some from 10,000 years ago and some just 2,000 years old. These are made by sharp stones which a hit with another rock.

There are also 2 plants found here and no where else, both are frost sensitive. They are Hayes wattle -acacia undoolyana and a white cypress pine -collitris glaucophylla. To get in here you have to drive through Ross river station along the Binns ...

The Red Centre

A travel blog entry by phyllisandterry on Oct 14, 2015

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... the flies is definitely in the winter.

On Sunday, we drove our rental car, a huge 4-wheel drive Mitsubishi, through the MacDonell Range west of Alice. This is the home of the famous aboriginal painter, Albert Namatjara. The outback desert in this region has a surprising amount of vegetation, including trees (but no cacti), the most distinctive being the white-trunked ghost gum. We visited and hiked four gorges, including ...

Alice Springs so far

A travel blog entry by macstoire on Sep 14, 2015

... business with his housemate, Brad. They have a girl from Taiwan living with them also, called Haigo. Derren took me to watch the sunset at telegraph point and here we saw loads of kangaroo and rock wallaby. The view was fantastic. I just love looking out over the outback. And I love scrambling the rocks that are around so to ...