Gunya Titjikala

Address: 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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ULURU and beyond

A travel blog entry by kft on Jun 11, 2015

27 photos

... Navara is serviced so off to the shops to top up on food and other essentials before heading off into the land of the "never never" with of course an overnighter at Daly waters pub for beef and barra.

We will be out of range for a few nights until we arrive at Mataranka Homestead so please enjoy this episode and the photos in the slideshow below.

Until the next time I write to you stay safe and be happy.

Kathy and Frank


Back in the not so big smoke

A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on May 09, 2015

3 comments, 5 photos

... piano and sings.. nAyU

We eventually got our huge breakfasts and all was forgiven..


Then it was just a matter of 85k and we reached our destination of a caravan park in the outskirts of Alice springs where we were to spend the next three nights

Once set up there was a ...

Catching up

A travel blog entry by kcopp12 on May 05, 2015

With today set aside to rectify the ongoing issue with the redarc battery system, we knew we would've been without a vehicle for today so it was a good opportunity to catch up on our blogs and other paperwork. Other tasks included the washing and maintenance on the van. After lunch saw us head out for a bike ride alongside the Todd River. Alice Springs is pretty flat so the going was easy. After picking up the car we head out to Emily and Jessie Gap for a short ...

Alice Springs Reptile Centre

A travel blog entry by emerson643 on May 03, 2015

... I did not want to get out but I had to. After the pool I tried to do a big wheelie but I only did a little one but it was still fun. Later on we were at Simpsons Gap. It was amazing, beautiful and worth while. I can't wait till tomorrow because we are going to Desert Park! I'm going to dream about it! I can't wait to see the beautiful Wedge Tail ...

How job hunting became a tour of Central Oz

A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Apr 24, 2015

17 photos

... rock art and generations of story telling. Like the stories of Uluru. I won't give you them all as there are hundreds, but embedded into the rock in one of the men's areas is five stone protrusions. It is believed that these stones are the five men of the Mula tribe, a small tribe that found Uluru and started a ceremony to claim it, it was interrupted by a rival tribe called the Wintalka, who summoned a evil spirit called Kurpany who was sent to destroy the Mala. These five ...