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

Down to the Alice

A travel blog entry by davenjulia on Jun 03, 2015

11 photos

... of Peter Falconio some years ago , apparently murdered on the highway and disposed of. Further south and the impressive Mount Stirling was visible in the distance. A lunch stop at Aileron where large statues are present with Anmatjere Man high on the hillside, a huge 17m statue of a male aboriginal with spear, not sure of the significance. It was put there in order to attract tourists in 2005 (and maybe bring rain?). Ho hum..........they did have some nice art on ...

The MacDonnell ranges and Last day in Alice

A travel blog entry by dhearley on May 21, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... Gap to the south of town for an overview. Then west along Larapinta Drive to Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm, Glen Helen Gorge occupied the morning. In general the countryside is much greener than in western Queensland, and the colours are amazing. Hillsides with swathes of blue, yellow, silver, white and green all against a backdrop of ochre red rock. In ...

Day 11: Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by ollie123 on May 19, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... A great place to stock up on supplies and get diesel at reasonable prices. Diesel has been up to $2.19 a litre at the Rock. When we arrived at the G'day caravan park we were surprised to see grass and no red dirt!!! People here are very friendly and we are looking forward to exploring the Mac Donnell ranges tomorrow. Really looking forward to it. There aren't many photos today as it was more of a travelling day but I promise I will make up for it ...

Serpentine Gorge & Ellery Creek Big Hole

A travel blog entry by susan-fred-nt on May 11, 2015

6 photos

... many Zebra Finches drinking, we climbed to a lookout above the gorge. This allowed us a view of the gorge behind the waterhole, but not the water itself. We could see the snaking quality that gave the area its name. The track to the lookout was like walking up a stone staircase for 500 metres. It was hard work both both up and down, but the effort was well worth the stunning views.

Tonight we are camping at Ormiston Gorge which is part of the West MacDonnell National ...

Roos, Dingoes and more

A travel blog entry by kcopp12 on May 04, 2015

... of birds of prey. We also saw many different species of birds local to the area as well as Dingoes, Kangaroos and nocturnal animals. Renata gave a very informative talk about how the local aboriginals survived, including what they ate, how they hunted and gathered and their ...

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