The Rainbow Connection

Address: 22 & 24 Raggatt Street , Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, Australia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

Day 26 Alice Springs NT.

A travel blog entry by terro12 on Jul 09, 2015

... But to my great pleasure there was evidence of my call and he deemed to have a look at Terro. A young bloke worked on the problem and after half to three quarters of an hour found that the flasher unit was burned out. That was replaced, the indicators tested and the bill paid. I drove back the the park. We were sitting around making a few loose plans for the next few days looking forward to ...

Alice Springs Ohhh Showers & Power

A travel blog entry by jjmm2015 on Jul 07, 2015

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... t do it justice.

3rd Stop was Serpentine Gorge was a nice little gorge it was still a bit early to go for a dip although there were some game or silly tourists who got in.

4th stop- We headed to a place called Glen Helen for lunch it was a great little stop with a homestead and pub. The kids got their bathers on and we hired some tyre tubes to use at the gorge, it was a huge gorge and unfortunately too big to risk using the tubes as the wind ...

Coober Pedy to Alice Springs + Alice & surrounds

A travel blog entry by where_is_pawel on Jul 07, 2015

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Drive up from Coober Pedy (7th July)

It's a fairly long drive from Coober Pedy to Alice springs – almost 700km. Makes for a long day, but at least not much traffic to worry about along the way. After crossing from South Australia into the Northern Territory, the landscape does become a lot more red, as one gets closer to the Red Centre. ...

Day 23. Alice Springs.

A travel blog entry by terro12 on Jul 06, 2015

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... but right by it were two other fantastic rock formations equally as big as Chambers Pillar but not as famous. These are known as the "Castles" and we're fabulous. In the dreamtime the Pillar was a man who took several women that were forbidden to him. He was outcast by his tribe but took one young girl with to that spot and he was turned to stone and became the Pillar. One of the Castles was the young girl who hung her head in shame and ...

Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Jul 02, 2015

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... our car and we headed to Ellery Creek Big Hole for lunch, again a spectacular site. One of the largest permanent waterholes in the region is nestled in the gap formed by Ellery Creek as it passes through the ranges. When we arrived back in Alice Springs we visited Anzac Hill and the local RSL as there was a small museum there. Another big day in the Alice, time for dinner, a shower and ...

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