Nthaba Cottage B&B

83 Cromwell Drive, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, Australia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

You will never never know if you never never go!!

A travel blog entry by tomndian

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... We delivered mail to Oodnadatta, William Creek & outlying cattle stations over diverse & historic country. Having lunch at the Pink cafe at Oodnadatta & dinner at the historic William Creek Hotel. 600klms we drove in the one day over dirt roads. We visited Anna Creek Station the home of the Kidman family, the worlds largest cattle station (approx the size of Belgium). Peter Rowe was the mailman, a character, dabbles in many ...

Back from the outback

A travel blog entry by agi-pip

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... we could finally stretch our legs with an amazing walk along a dried up gorge and the most interesting rock formations from the once large river which passed through. The desert tour took us along salt lakes and red sandy stretches. Then it was time to set up camp and sleep under the stars in a sleeping bag, one of many “firsts” for me on this trip… dinners and lunches were always BBQs or picnics where we all helped to prepare and wash up in ...

I found Nemo!

A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths

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... Whitsundays Islands, where we visited Whitehaven Beach which was absolute paradise, and snorkelled over some stunning coral reefs where amazing coloured fish swam.



Our final stop up the east coast was Cairns, which was a strange place with not much to do there except take tours to the reef or rainforest. We went on a fantastic boat trip to the Great Barrier Reef where I snorkelled over the reefs and ...

Scorching Red Centre

A travel blog entry by smilerontour

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... name and it's spiritual significance be recognised as such. Uluru is another example of incredible geological creation. As with Kata Tjuta, Uluru was formed by the build up of sand and pressure exerted by the seas above. Unlike Kata Tjuta though, there were no rocks washed into this mix, so Uluru is a smooth sandstone creation. The incredible thing is that the forces exerted by those same tectonic plates caused Uluru to turn 88 degrees and today the strata lines are ...

Alice Springs Heavitree Gap Caravan Park 2013

A travel blog entry by ianandsusan

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... the new 787 (?) plane here for hot weather trails, pity the weather cooled down to 34!

Coloured solar lights in the cemetery on the highway - very pretty at night.

Blue's fireworks nearly starting a bushfire New Year's Eve.


Large weird bugs in the showers

Blossom in everything- coffee toast computers shoes - the joys of living outside.


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