Old Ambalindum Homestead

Ambalindum Station, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0871, Australia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

Back to the Centre of Australia

A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Aug 06, 2014

... by the magnificence of the Macdonnell Ranges and everywhere you look they create a new vision. From this hill you get a perfect backdrop.

Saw the Stuart Memorial in the Park and of course saw the Royal Flying Doctors site, which isn't as large as I had imagined but does have a beautiful setting though.

Of course the Todd River which is basically everywhere you look and would look magnificent I believe in the wet season, so this must do ...

Back to The Red Centre

A travel blog entry by 60winterwarmer on Aug 06, 2014

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... to go with range of 59 kms of fuel. Dropped the speed, turned off the air conditioner and hoped for the best. Made it no worries but did refuel first up. Before checking into our luxury cabin, we checked out the Telegraph Station which was very interesting indeed. Well preserved and maintained. A lot of admiration for the men and women who pioneered the telegraph line and lived in harsh conditions. We do take a lot for granted with all ...

Retracing our steps into Central Australia

A travel blog entry by lyn.jon on Aug 04, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... night, 3 days had passed before we knew! But by Thursday, we thought we had better make a move and tackle that 12k of dirt!! So we did, and by around 1:30pm we were pulling back onto the lovely grassy site at Banka Banka After setting up camp, I walked up the hill to the lookout to try and get some Telstra signal, but with no luck. I then set off on the 1.6k "nature walk" to the waterhole, which was clambering up and down some fairly steep rock faces while Lynda had ...

Alice Springs Part 1

A travel blog entry by heathervdv on Jul 29, 2014

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... and Belinda had some shopping therapy, I took Jo & Sue to the School Of The Air. It's a long time since Mick & I went to see the school and back then it was all done by radio, whereas it is now all computerised. While we were there we were able to see 2 classes being run, which was very interesting. With computers the children are now able to access musical instrument training, plus sports and gym activities. It's amazing what the age of computers has done for ...

A desert Park, two schools and a BBQ

A travel blog entry by frankenichols on Jul 24, 2014

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... To us, this was a horrific story to be read by children. But, thinking about it, it really was no worse that 2 children that were almost eaten by a witch in a candy cottage. After reading, we had lunch in the canteen. We were shown a mural where one of the people had been whited out. This person, we were told, had a likeness to someone who had died in the local community and, when this happens, all likenesses must be erased. This was also ...