Gunya Titjikala

Titjikala Community, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, Australia | Campground
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This campground, located on Titjikala Community, Alice Springs, is near Old Ghan Museum, Western MacDonnell Ranges, and Frontier Camel Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

A Town Like Alice

A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Aug 07, 2014

... plant leaf - I was amazed at their work however the price of items here was astronomical. It appears that with their now published art pieces eg., the woven vehicle which we saw in Darwin Museum they believe they can charge exorbitant prices for very small items. Ironic however that when walking through the Todd Mall later in the afternoon, found exactly the same pieces of artwork and wooden bangles which in the Desert Weavers own store was around $33 however ...

No grass here!

A travel blog entry by chickenlips007 on Aug 06, 2014

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... simpson pass. took pickies, i didn't eat or drink as it was only 10ish. am getting worn out finishing up breakfast then morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, kumbayah and tea time. all they ever seem to do is eat and drink so i have learned to politely say no thanks and look as though i'm busy (another trick the older generation have down pat, but if you actually watch nothing happens)......
we wondered around for a while then took ourselves off to another ...

Alice Springs Desert Park

A travel blog entry by lou-lola on Aug 03, 2014

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Today we went to the Alice Springs Desert Park with some new friends - Brendan, Amanda, Jazzy & Archy. The park was loads of fun and the kids enjoyed heaps of the presentations including, talks about the red kangaroo, dingos, desert rivers, and a wonderful upclose view of preditor birds. We also walked through areas of desert rivers, woodland, and sand country. But a highlight was definately the nocturnal house where they had rare and endangered species of marsupials, lizards & ...

Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by cmoztravel on Jul 28, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... little camera. Cute little things with an uncanny ability to jump around the rocks.
Back into town to do some local sight seeing, but got talking to a white lady who runs an art gallery displaying and selling aboriginal paintings. She talked about the artists and their art. Some of the artists can and have made $750 thousand per year from their art!!
We were sitting in Todd Mall this afternoon and Ray and Michelle, friends that we had met ...

Stuarts Well to Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by cmoztravel on Jul 26, 2014

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Saturday, 26th July

Left the van at Stuarts Well and back tracked down the highway a bit to the Ernest Giles Road (corrugated, dirt road) turn off to the Henbury Meteorite site. The meteorite was about the size of a 44 gallon drum but it made some big holes when it broke up and hit the earth. We walked around the rim of the largest four (14 craters in all). Tim, we thought it was a good place to use the quad-copter, to ...