Alice Tourist Apartments

Address: Cnr Gap Road and Gnoilya Street, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0870, Australia | Hotel
 
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Location

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 Camels Australia.
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

Kings Canyon

A travel blog entry by langardi on Dec 03, 2014

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... lunch at a 'station', where they had a baby kangaroo running around the bar, followed by a trip back to Alice Springs. In the evening we went out for a fabulous Thai meal at The Hilton with people from trip, well deserved we thought. It was lovely to be back in the luxury of your own toilet and shower but will never regret the experience of 3 days in the Outback. Little ones Grandad took Spike up the side of ...

Days 31-34 Tennant Creek to Alice Springs 508km

A travel blog entry by jbarnett on Nov 05, 2014

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After a rest day in Tennant Creek, I set off for the last stage of riding which would bring me to Alice Springs in the heart of the continent. Waochope, our first stop, was only 116km away but we had some significant headwind. Unfortunately our short bout of tail wind has disappeared. Some people formed pelatons to share the wind burden but I decided to attack it alone. Our route along the Stuart Highway thus far has provided very few opportunities to observe any ...

Another b….. rock in the middle of nowhere

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 28, 2014

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... We are trying not to generalise but that is our experience throughout WA & NT so far). There is a small campsite with shower and toilet facilities and nothing much else.

*As we walk the 2 km to Standley Chasm, we have to shelter from a brief thunder storm. With grey skies, walking at noon suddenly becomes feasible for the first time since we left Perth. The vegetation along the riverbed is lush by Outback standards, shaded as it is by ...

It 'rocked'

A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Oct 23, 2014

... dunes with views of a salt lake completely dried up leaving nothing but a massive expanse of salt before driving to the sunset point. This time we didn't have to cook, that was left to Phil whilst we drank the remainder of our ciders and posed for photos in front of the rock. The sky had gone a bit cloudy so we didn't see a good sunset but had a good time. Another group next to us must have paid a bit extra for their tour as they had tablecloths and champagne but after ...

Rosie in The Red Centre

A travel blog entry by rosiecampbell89 on Oct 17, 2014

Wednesday 15th October - Friday 17th October This is the one trip I was unsure of when I was making my travel plans back in Melbourne. The main reason being the cost. It was expensive to get in and out of Alice Spring or Uluru and the tours were not cheap either. The cost would allow me to spend another month in Asia. However I can now say I would pay the money all over again and recommend visiting this amazing and unique place to anyone. Day one began with ...