The Desert Rose Inn

Address: 15 Railway Terrace, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0870 , Australia | Inn
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Desert Rose Inn Alice Springs

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by coma-weltreise on Oct 08, 2013

1 comment, 31 photos

Nach den eher kalten Temperaturen in Perth (18°C) hiess uns Alice Springs mit heissen Temperaturen (40°C) willkommen. Während des Flugs ins rote Zentrum konnten wir sogar einen ersten Blick auf den Uluru (Ayers Rock) erhaschen.

In einem Restaurant der Stadt kosteten wir gleich am ersten Abend Emu-, Krokodil-, Känguru- und Kamelfleisch. …


A travel blog entry by sophieackland on Jan 29, 2015

1 comment, 42 photos

... After we had walked round Uluru, we then had a Mala walk from an Aboriginal lady who told us about the tribe that would have lived here and the history, it was very fascinating. I had wanted to walk up to the top of Ayers Rock but because it was over 36degrees , they said we couldn't, annoying this heat!!

We then headed back to camp but stopped at the pool to chill out for a bit. ...

Exploring the Red Centre

A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Dec 15, 2014

4 photos

... the night, so we were thankful to be in the solid walls of the kitchen, even if it wasn't the comfiest night sleep we'd ever had. We had another early start the next morning as we had to finish the Kata Tjuta walk before it got too hot. Again we learnt about the significance of the area to the local aboriginal people, and that one side of Kata Tjuta isn't open to the public at all as it is still in use. We did the entire walk, through the middle and around the front, we kept having ...

They don't do s'mores in Australia

A travel blog entry by jroe on Dec 13, 2014

30 photos

... was over 36 degrees Celcius]. Later we watch a spectacular Uluru sunset and sip sparkling wine [with cheese and crackers]. Then on to our campsite for [optional swim in a small warm pool] hot showers, a hearty meal [chicken and noodle stirfry] and a night sleeping in a swag under millions of outback stars. (Snack Pack, Lunch, Dinner included) [Bring a flynet! You may wear it on occasion.]

-This night sleeping under the stars was great. There ...

Kata Tjuta

A travel blog entry by langardi on Dec 02, 2014

6 photos

... gas, no electricity, three sided shower cubicle and three sided dunny. Back to basics - loved it - this bit obviously written by Bri but to be fair quite enjoyed a shower in the open air looking out into the wild outback. Spikes Adventures in the Outback Spike found a nice little place to rest, hide from the sun. Nanny wouldn't let him stay too long because it was going to get too hot and he needed to be kept safe and sound for the little girls in ...