Bonrook Country Stay

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

A travel blog entry by georgejanene on Jul 11, 2014

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... where they come up with the names of these places. The caravan park is actually located on the local horse racing track and you use the facilities of the track. We were actually parked out onto the track so hopefully there are no races scheduled while we are here. The people are very friendly and casual - just come and pay us later when the bar is open. They use the bar ...

Yellow Water, Pine Creek and Edith Falls

A travel blog entry by jodiespooner on Jul 01, 2014

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... and set off with steam
rising from the water and everything so still. The sun began to creep over the
horizon and the birds began to wake and fly over the river – it was spectacular
– jabiru, ibis, kingfisher, brolga, heron, wild nocturnal whistling ducks, magpie
geese, royal spoonbill, large sea eagle, darter, as well as wild horses, water
lilies, and of course – crocodiles!!! The girls loved using their cameras ...

Cooinda (Kakadu)

A travel blog entry by smithnz on Jun 30, 2014

... block and showers) for $10/ night / person. Walked to a billabong where we were told a 4m croc had been spotted - no sighting but we did see some kangaroos. Made our first campfire and sat around at night. Another glorious night and very not in vans at ...

Motor Car Falls

A travel blog entry by suzeey on Jun 22, 2014

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... we arrived at the creek we found it to be sheltered and cool amongst a monsoon rainforest. The water was shaded, but crystal clear and flowing. Perhaps if you'd not come to the water's edge and just had a quick look from the rocks above it might trick you and appear uninviting. I wondered what was beyond the boulders a short distance upstream, and a two minute walk led to an almost circular secluded sunny plunge pool ...

Gunlom campground

A travel blog entry by suzeey on Jun 21, 2014

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Thankfully despite the campground filling up during the afternoon yesterday, all was dark and quiet for a good nights' sleep. During the wee hours I heard the distant whinnying of some brumbies which didn't surprise me as I'd seen lots of evidence of their presence on the billabong and river track in the morning. Today was a relaxing day around the ...

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