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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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

Alice! Alice! Who the **** is Alice!

A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Dec 23, 2014

6 comments, 45 photos

... was it for rain for our time in the desert. The camel ride was a 5 minute experience but a giggle, especially as we met a Cornishman - our camel master! How bizarre!

The journey took about 5 hours and, about 100km before we arrived in Yulara, a large rock in the wilderness appeared. It was too soon to be Uluru but had us fooled - hence the name Fooluru :-) Same kind of shape and all on its own but then when you see the real Uluru you realise how different ...

Exploring the Red Centre

A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Dec 15, 2014

4 photos

... wet. After lunch we headed into Uluru to the visitors centre, where we learnt about the importance of the rock to the local aboriginal community, and how walking over it causes a huge amount of disrespect, and although it's not yet completely disallowed, it is totally frowned upon. Our group didn't have a choice as we had come at the time of year that it's completely closed anyway due to dangerous temperatures, but none of us were interested in doing it anyway. We walked ...

They don't do s'mores in Australia

A travel blog entry by jroe on Dec 13, 2014

30 photos

... former roommate, dive master and marathon maniac, and previous Aussie backpacker) recommended I do a three day tour of the Red Center. The main attraction is Uluru also known as Ayers rock. It’s a very large rock in the middle of the Australian outback (in relation, it would be approximately where Kansas is in the United States) that appears red due to iron minerals in the rock. The next famous site on the tour is Kata Tjuta. The last stop on the ...

The journey to the centre of Oz

A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Dec 11, 2014

5 photos

... on the tour all the way back down to Melbourne. We stopped in at the Tropic of Capricorn for a quick photo in front of the statue and carried on, nearly there!! When we go to Alice we got Annalise to stop in front of the 'Welcome to Alice Springs' sign as it was pretty cool, probably the best place name we had seen all round australia. Ahh finally, 1600km done over 2 days, with only the guide to entertain us! That evening we met Annalise for dinner, we walked through ...

Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by stie_downunder on Dec 09, 2014

17 photos

... what was difficult to manage. Already a bit stressed and hungry, we had to handle all our shopping and cook some dinner as well. In the evening I fell into the bed. We wanted to get up at 4 to drive to a place to see the sunrise. Unfortunately this did not work so we started the next day with a delay. ...