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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs
Tonight as part of the free activities with the caravan park, was a country singer from Alice Springs who was also a Photographer from one of the main newspapers in Melbourne 30 years ago. He sang Aussie bush songs as a background to the Alice springs and surrounds photos he has taken over the years. The photos he had taken were absolutely stunning.
Off early tomorrow to spot UFO's. I've drummed up the excitement with the kids. Cant wait.
... as it has drive-through sites, however those here at present seem to prefer the shady sites in the Bluff Campground. So as this spot was empty, we came here and parked in the sunniest north-west facing site for our rooftop solar panels. There is tap water, gas BBQs, picnic tables, communal fire pits, and composting toilets here. Camped nearby are two groups of people we have camped near to at Ormiston ...
... and olive green hues of the West Macs against the blue, blue sky. To top it all, there is a perfectly nice campground, with plenty of space for caravans. 10 bucks per person a night. Toilets and showers, BBQs and nothing else. No generators allowed. Heaven!
We missed a few stops - the ochre pits for example, but it was a highly enjoyable day nonetheless.
... direct communication between Britain and the colonies of South Australia and other Australian States. Prior to the telegraph, news and letters from Europe took at least two months to reach Australian colonies by ships. This was the forebear of the Post Master Generals department as the forefather of what we now know to have become Telstra. Th.e first telegraph message from Alice Springs to Adelaide was sent ...
... for a trip to Hermannsburg. It is a small town that started out as a Lutheran mission in 1875, but is more famous as the birthplace of Albert Namatjira. Why two German missionaries wanted to come here to save the souls of the Aborigines is beyond my comprehension. Near here is a place called Palm Valley, it is a remnant of when there were rainforests covering this area and we were told it is very pretty. Only the ...
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