Alice in the Territory
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we do walk the gorge from the camp ground . We could have walked along the top of the gorge to a waterhole but it is maybe 15km to drive there from the camp ground and a lot longer walking along the ridges. So you can guess what we did in this heat.
John Hayes Rockhole has still got plenty of water. The road in is a definite 4 wheel drive road and still has a walk from the car park to the water hole the water is warm at the sides but gets ...
I expected that Alice Springs would be surrounded by flat country side, but was surprised at the hills. Staying at dog friendly caravan park just out of town. Yesterday, was able to do my washing and even took van to car wash to get rid of the grime that built up. Spent today exploring MacDonnell Ranges from Alice. I have a small print of a painting by Namatjira of this area which I have always ...
... out for the last few days. It was a bit sad to leave Ormiston Gorge as it was such a wonderful place and our last stop before we boarded the minivan back to Alice Springs. On the way back everyone shared their favourite moments of the trip (mine were Mt Sonder and Counts Point), which was a lovely way to end the trip.
We were dropped at Josie’s and it felt strange to be back in civilisation but amazing to have a proper shower and wash my hair!
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... a raging torrent. All rivers in Central Australia fall short of the sea, many start and end within the region. The waters mostly disperse onto plains, either evaporating or sinking underground. The water that goes underground recharges artesian water basins deep within the earth. Virtually all human settlement in the Centre relies on artesian basins for their survival. The 'inland sea' is in fact underground! Central Australia is full of ancient river systems, ...