Tilmouth Well Roadhouse
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 11, the place close to where Peter Falconio went missing and whose body has never been found. Saw the salt bush by the side of the road where supposedly Joanne Lees hid after she escaped from her kidnapper, Bradley Murdoch. Apparently the locals discuss this case over a beer or two quite regularly.
Chris pipes up from the back seat that he just saw 2 pelicans in the creek we just crossed. Bollocks was the joint reply. Turned the ...
... the trees and they went across the river. We then we went to Lichtfield national park. It was so much fun because we swam in a water hole and jumped in off the rocks into the water that was so deep I couldn't see or touch the bottom.
We went to Darwin and there was a wave pool on the beach because you can't swim in the ocean because of the crocodiles. The waves are 6 feet high is was so much fun. We then went to ...
... other side of the van up on ramps to get their van level! The bird life on the waterhole is quite incredible, and we have never seen so many pelicans together in one place. There must be thousands!! They are like the jumbo jet of the bird world! At certain times of the day they all fly in strict formation, just skimming the top of the water, and then settle down together on the surface and commence all trawling along together for fish which is fascinating to ...
... that day we drove to Anzac Hill which gives a great 360 degree of the surrounding country and the town. From here you can clearly see Heavitree Gap (affectionally known as the Gap) which separates the East & West MacDonnell Ranges. The railway line, the highway, and the Todd River all meet to get through the gap. This is the only gap to get from the north side to the south side of the ranges near Alice Springs. Due to a freight train derailment at Kulgera, we were ...
... We started with a video of the elders in the community showing the students how to hunt for honey-ants -- an ant that holds honey in its large, swollen abdomen that can be sucked out. This is very much about the local customs and traditions. We each were broken up into groups. Each group had a student that would read to them, from the primers created from their own stories. Imagine a local student, never being out of the outback, trying to ...