Alice Tourist Apartments

Address: Cnr Gap Road and Gnoilya Street, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0870, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cnr Gap Road and Gnoilya Street, Alice Springs, is near Royal Flying Doctor Service, Alice Springs Reptile Centre, Alice Springs Cultural Precinct, and Lasseters Casino.
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

Alice! Alice! Who the **** is Alice!

A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Dec 23, 2014

6 comments, 45 photos

... heat and a lot of red sand!

If any of you are fans of the tv show Neighbours, Lasseters will mean something totally different to a fancy hotel in the middle of the desert! Well it wasn't exceptionally fancy actually, but thankfully there was a pool to dip in before supper, after our spontaneous cycle ride into the strange little town of Alice Springs. We figured it would be the only way to see the town as we arrived rather late in the day to anything useful. ...

Alice Springs & the West & East MacDonnell Ranges

A travel blog entry by den-jen on Dec 21, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

... offers dinner with the family. The other guest was a Geologist so we had some interesting conversations, a great night.

We are now back in Alice to restock and get ready for the next week.

Christmas Eve is only three days away. So until you hear from us again have a very Merry Christmas. It will be a very different one for us this year, as it will be the first Christmas without family. (We will make up for it next ...

Exploring the Red Centre

A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Dec 15, 2014

4 photos

... saw the amount of young single guys), and we were looking forward to the next couple of days. A couple of hours into the drive we pulled over at a cattle station to refuel, on the walk through to the toilets there was a big plasma TV with the latest news showing on it. We had all been without signal for some time, there wasn't a lot of civilisation in the desert, so nobody was aware of the situation that had been happening in Sydney. We all stopped, and watched the screen, ...

The journey to the centre of Oz

A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Dec 11, 2014

5 photos

... and bravely soldiered on against all odds. We still don't know why that happened... Up before the sun the following day, in the minibus by 5am as Annalise had asked, waiting on the other members of the group (the same who slowed us down at every stop on the way, always last on the bus). Eyes peeled for kangaroos as dusk and dawn were peek activity times, but we didn't see any. We had a long journey ahead of us, mainly driving with only Devils Marbles and the Tropic ...

The Australian Outback

A travel blog entry by ginpell on Nov 13, 2014

5 photos

... that would gather in pools around the rock. When white folks settled the Outback and drove the aboriginal peoples out, their fate was pretty much the same as North American aboriginal peoples - not good. Their art work is one of the few things they seem to do alot of, and I bought a piece. The outback is now cattle country, but it takes so much space to support them that the Cattle Stations (large farms) are quite large. Alice Springs School Of ...