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

Harriet Creek

A travel blog entry by dabus2015 on Jun 10, 2015

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... to start a days travelling.

Stopped at Katherine, for shopping, fuel and washed the bus. We had to wait until 2pm to buy wine and yes we were asked for ID (prior to even entering the bottlo) by a local police officer and our licence details were then put into the computer system. Another stop at yet another bottlo and asked for more ID before heading out of Katherine.

Didn't check ...

Gunlom Falls

A travel blog entry by evirichmond on Jun 01, 2015

22 photos

... and stunning gum trees with smooth peach tinged trunks and branches. Brumbies, wild horses, have made the refuge of this vast Kakadu National Park home, and we see about twenty on the incoming track, all in fine condition and seemly unworried of us passing by.

This area is dominated by increasing incidence of rolling rocky hills which then give way to a long and quite high ridge running roughly north south. It is in a ...

Mary River Roadhouse

A travel blog entry by evirichmond on May 31, 2015

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... area, luxury! We also have Telstra here so we make some calls home and catch up on news, emails and Facebook. Our destination is right on the entrance to Kakadu, the Mary River Roadhouse. We all decide on a stop here not because of it's beauty, gorges, riverviews or walks….because it has none of those. It does have power and water which we use to do laundry and put ...

Day 127 Umbrawarra Gorge - Kakadu National Park

A travel blog entry by robmauger on May 13, 2015

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... treat. The Falls are pretty spectacular but we have been drip fed fantastic sights for so long that we are taking it all a bit for granted. If you'd just flown into Darwin and this was the first thing you'd seen it would be truly wonderful. There is a massive rock face about 100m high with a trickle of a waterfall coming down into a 500msq pool. There are people precariously taking photos over the edge of the waterfall and I fear for them particularly as a woman ...

Day 126 Edith Falls - Umbrawarra Gorge

A travel blog entry by robmauger on May 12, 2015

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... around in the dark trying to find phone reception. He's got a decent voice and greets us like old friends, I gave him the low down on using veggie oil as a fuel which was right up his hippy street. Nightfall came and with children asleep and as the stars came out we sat there around our own camp fire listening to Kieron playing tunes to his girlfriend. We saw 3 shooting stars and then the dingoes started howling in the distance. This is how camping should ...

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