Outback Motor Lodge

Address: South Terrace, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0870, Australia | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

Rain, Races and Rocks

A travel blog entry by paulanddara on Nov 08, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... out. It was all designed to be a bit of fun and to add a bit of variety to our riding week, but you could tell that people were starting to take it seriously as we saw bikes and bags being stripped of all unnecessary items to give the lightest starting weight possible. Monday morning was race day, and the competitive nature of a bunch of cyclists had really kicked in as the racers started early morning warm-up rides around the Wauchope roadhouse lay-by. The first of the ...

Uluru and Kata Tjuta

A travel blog entry by philhm on Nov 04, 2014

27 photos

... canyon as the beginning of the rim was 600 steps almost straight up. The walk was amazing after I realized I was not going to die on the way up, the pictures I took did not really do justice to the incredible scenery but I am sure you will get the idea. After the hike of 3.5 hours we we went to the Kings Canyon resort for lunch and headed back to ...

A town called Alice

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 27, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... B….. rock in the middle of nowhere! ‘ That’s where most of them are and it takes ages to get there…

*The next available fuel facility is at Barrow Creek. Lonely Planet describes the hotel and bar as eccentric. The bar has not been redecorated for years – indeed the decoration comprises of banknotes left by overseas travellers. Some would be of great value if they had no hand written scrawl over them. It is ...

Alice Springs, Uluru and Kings Canyon

A travel blog entry by siobhandenniff on Oct 27, 2014

7 photos

... snake when we were having our food, some people freaked out a bit. It was then back in our swags for another night. Day 4 - Another 3.45 start, and our hardest walk of the trip. I had vegemite on toast for breakfast, and in the afternoon I had a Golden Gaytime (icecream) trying all the odd Australian 'delicacies'. Our walk around the rim of Kings Canyon, involved about 15 minutes of a very steep uphill climb, but when we got to the top we watched the sunrise. When we ...

Rosie in The Red Centre

A travel blog entry by rosiecampbell89 on Oct 17, 2014

... for an apple and quick rest. You had to be careful on the walk, it's a long drop if you fall of the edge, and one you probably won't survive. Sadly Dan told us of the story of an English girl who fell off and died only a few months previous. The rule was 2m from the edge at all times. Because the canyon is largely formed by sandstone the edges can be weak and might crumble and cause a landslide. At one point you could see across the valley to a point ...