Bonrook Country Stay

Address: Stuart Highway, P.O.Box 195, Pine Creek, Top End, Northern Territory, 0847, Australia | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Stuart Highway, P.O.Box 195, Pine Creek.
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Travel Blogs from Pine Creek

Pine Creek - You never know how your day will end!

A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on Sep 17, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... was. 22 Klms in towards Kakado National Park as we headed for Gunlom, we parked up to eat lunch roadside. Moff went out to unload the 4W-drive. Suddenly I hear beeping and rush out to find the car balancing the whole trailer up on an angle because the tow- bar section had snapped apart!! Moff needed help to drive back on; assess the damage and then somehow ...

Daly River, Douglas Springs, then Butterfly Gorge!

A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on Sep 16, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... accepted.

Such a beautiful place.

We drove South after lunch towards Katherine but on the way got distracted by the sign towards Douglas Hot Springs. Why not we all decided and we turn right and head off. Well , we had a fabulous afternoon as you can see in the photos. The river running through the Hot Springs ...

Douglas Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by pellegrini4 on Aug 31, 2014

3 photos

... you can barely touch it. And then flows down where it connects with a river, and so you get this gradual change in water temperature, from hot to warm to cool, and you just plonk yourself down wherever it's most comfortable for you! Beautiful surroundings, but very dusty camp ground!! Had a campfire, even though it was quite warm, and all the kids had a ...

Douglas Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by sergeantdeleeuw on Aug 30, 2014

... were quite a few cans about but still plenty of spaces available. We found ourselves a nice shady spot, rolled out ou awning and bit the springs. There are two separate streams of water here, but they cross-cross each other as they make their way down stream. One spring is only luke warm but the other is really hot! The hottest one bubbles it's way up out of some rocks just upstream from the steps where you enter the ...

Pine Creek

A travel blog entry by simbik on Aug 11, 2014

1 photo

... continue to survive year after year. Their laws say women have the job of gathering and the men of hunting so that everyone knows their job, even parts of a kangaroo brought home to eat by the familys of the hunters, would be cut up and certain parts would go to the elders the softer parts easier to chew, everything they'd used efficiently and no wastage. We have discovered lots of ...

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