All Seasons Katherine
Travel Blogs from Katherine
This morning we loaded our things onto the coach and made our way to our next destination. After a brief picture opportunity at the entrance sign to Kakadu National Park, we stopped off at Mayse's café in Pine Creek, a small town with a population of 655, making it the fourth largest town between Darwin and Alice Springs. After stocking up on …
[ On Saturday 7th we went and fed the fish at east point
On the 8th we went to Crocodilus
On the 9th we left Darwin for Katherine.
On the 10th we went onto a cruse to see the Katherine Gorge where we took many photo's.
Sorry for the lack of a story behind the video's and photo's but we will have plenty to …
Well where do I start, well the
hole trip has been an eye opener, once we got onto the Sturt Hwy it has been
almost 3000 kms of flat open desolate land with nothing to see but road houses
and road kill, Coober Pedy we want mention as I think we have said enough
there, Ayers Rock was a full days dive return to Alice Springs …
All these mornings are the same story, wake up, breakfast, and hit the road.
Today our first stop was at this little diner called Mayse's in Pine Creek. Pine Creek is famous for gold mining, and Mayse's is known for its mango smoothies. I had to try one of those, definitly delicious, although not sure if it is the best smoothy i've ever …
... inspire one to swim. It's great having such great swimming pools available. They are like resort pools but you are only paying $30 a night for the pleasure. The pool at the Big 4 in Katherine was also brilliant. It was a lovely camp in 44 acres of lovely trees and green grass, not dirt. Today we went on a Katherine Gorge tour and it was very beautiful. The tour guide was so laid back I was concerned he'd fall asleep mid sentence. He was very good ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking