Alice Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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A bright and early start and a rapid taxi drive took us to Tullamarine Airport which was surprisingly busy for 7.30 on a Sunday morning. Checked in no problem, then security decided there was a screwdriver in the hand luggage. There wasn't; but it took them 3 passes through the x-ray machine to decide this, then H got randomly stopped for an …
... it overlooks. There is a good bush camp in there we would have liked next to the water but no caravans can get in.
Across the other side of the road from here is the entrance into Glen Helen gorge so we went in here to the park day use area the rest is part of a station and commercial resort.
We walked along into the gorge and found more lizards and should have gone swimming in here but we had decided to go to Orminston gorge ...
... Mt Sonder to start our climb by 3am. We finally saw some red kangaroos on the way, although they came close to jumping in front of the minivan! It was very cold so we set off in beanies and fleeces, peeling off layers at designated stops. It was strange walking by the light of a headtorch in a procession and the ground was rocky, so it was important to watch where you put your feet and stay together.
The steepest part was at the start, but then it was a slow steady climb, with ...
... know as being synonymous with Uluru but is in actual fact 450kms away. On the very outskirts of town sits the driver carriage of The Old Ghan Train, as an invitation to visit the National Transport Hall of Fame museum. On their website I found out this tidbit: "Work began on the Great Northern Railway in 1878 to link Port Augusta with Darwin and open up Central Australia. The southern section of the line reached Alice Springs in 1929, and the train running this ...