Alice Springs Heritage Caravan And Tourist Park

Address: 40 Ragonesi Road, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0871, Australia | Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlice Springs Heritage Caravan And Tourist Park

Reviewed by chickenlips007

been in worse

Reviewed Aug 7, 2014
by (5 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

after coming from curtin springs station this place is the hilton.this place is puppy dog friendly and they seem well behaved. showers are hot and toilet block is clean. only issue is the galars that come in of an afternoon and poo everywhere! don't walk or camp near trees. bit far from town to walk. found the pool and it is a beauty

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Reviewed by dorisandtoni56

Very nice campsite. Not too crowded and the swimmingpool is very good.

Reviewed Sep 28, 2013
by (37 reviews) Waidhofen an der Ybbs , Austria Flag of Austria

Very nice location. The stuff is friendly and helpful. Not as crowded as the Big 4.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Alice Springs Heritage Caravan And Tourist Park

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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

Alice Springs 2 and 3

A travel blog entry by davidandmarlene


Someone sent an Antarctic blast up here: the weather turned yesterday afternoon and this morning the wind almost froze my face as we headed up Standley Chasm in the West MacDonnell Ranges. We spent the whole day in these Ranges, driving and exploring chasms and gaps and canyons and waterholes and even ochre pits, including lots of walks. The countryside is so beautiful: we ...

Day 8 - Neil Hargrave lookout - Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by stribs


Fine sunny 17 G'Day Mate Caravan Park $36 per night Distance travelled 114 km Bitterly cold night and morning with strong winds. Day was clear and sunny though. Travelled towards Alice Springs stopping off to have a look at Ellery Creek. Very picturesque gorge with lots of water. Most of the other gorges and chasms we have seen on previous visits and as they say we will be gorge-d out by the time we finish in WA we've decided not to visit any others here this time. We ...

Alice to Darwin, Day 8

A travel blog entry by cathrin24

... D. The Devil’s Marbles were pretty cool though! And during our stop in Tennant Creek, I realized: Well, here are JUST Aboriginals right now. We ended up on a cattle farm in a place called Banka Banka for this night. Collecting firewood wasn’t as funny as it would have been with Leith! But definitely more dangerous because there have been poisonous spiders everywhere! Paul, Clare, Sara and me really missed everyone from the last ...

Dunsborough and surrounds

A travel blog entry by travellingshoes

Although the weather predictions were not good, we managed to fit in all our plans and still stay dry.

Our first stop of the day Cape Naturalists Lighthouse. This is a little short lighthouse with a very demanding job. It is a category 1 lit house which means that if it goes out Canberra is contacted and all ...

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