Jim'S Place

South Stuart Hwy, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, Australia | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

Where the River Runs Dry (or Ten Foot High)

A travel blog entry by mmpcoughlin


... to have stashed under seats and even behind seats in the Ranger. With Glen's expertise and Patrick's blocks the castastrophe was averted and another family was able to drive away 'happy campers'.

Later in the morning we checked out the shops and climbed ANZAC Hill (in the car). One of the information signs about the Todd River said, 'Where the river runs dry, or ten foot high'. The ...

Day 17

A travel blog entry by merren


... about how they are used by the aborigines for food. There are several walk through aviaries, a nocturnal house and talks by guides. We went to a cultural talk by an aboriginal woman, a talk on red kangaroos, a birds of prey show and watched a film on the development of flora and fauna in Australia. Altogether a relaxing and informative time. The male members of our ...

Alice Springs (2)

A travel blog entry by jordanboys


... to see some the furniture they had considering how if had to travel. Luke was interested in how morse code worked, and surprised that you couldn't just have a conversation on the phone. On Tuesday we went to the East MacDonnell Ranges. We did a walk at Trephina Gorge. It had a lovely dry sandy bottom which the boys loved ...

Ti Tree

A travel blog entry by lindann


We drove 300km today it was sunny but cloudy. Our first stop after 106km was at the Karlu Karlu ( Devils Marbles) it was 35⁰ when we walked around the site. The large granite boulders have been eroded and split and balance on top of each other, an amazing site. After walking around we had morning tea and decided that it was too hot there stay there so we drove on.

Several places where we thought we ...

Day 3 from Darwin

A travel blog entry by ellenlouise


I left Renner Springs around 7am after a good nights sleep. I had been thinking I would hear roadtrains going past all night as we were right next to the highway, but didn't hear a thing until around 5.30am.

I am quite surprised to see so many caravans (saw about a dozen today) on the road heading north and a few going south. Not nearly as many as when I did the trip at end of June of course. There is no one stopping in the 'free' roadside stops that I ...


This campground, located on South Stuart Hwy, Alice Springs, is near Stuart Highway.
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