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

Kakadu to the border

A travel blog entry by juliebankier on Oct 03, 2015

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... plenty of day left so hit the road again and stopped at Katherine for lunch and then headed on to Daly Waters Pub where I parked up for the night. I hadn't called here on the way up as it was so busy so parked up and booked for their famous meal and sat down for a beer and to view the many decorations of the pub from hats, thongs, undies and bras to various foreign currency. It is a ...

Kakadu

A travel blog entry by leonajim on Aug 24, 2015

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... in Kakadu and it was nice - especially with all the bird life to look at. Then we drove to Nourlangie Rock which is another art site with an Aboriginal shelter. We had morning tea, then started the walks. The artwork is pretty impressive. The detail in it is amazing and the colours so bright and clear. After the art sites the walk continues up to a lookout area with nice views off the rock and out over Kakadu. We drove into Yellow Water for a look but could only do ...

Kakadu

A travel blog entry by ducknlauz on Aug 11, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... and the fish loved cleaning our feet for us. Gunlom was impressive, huge waterfall with upper and lower pools, the upper pool had a natural infinity edge! So gorgeous! The hike up was directly up approx 155 metres, it was hotttttttt. Pulling up at Pine Creek meant our Kakadu experience was over and our conclusion is that Kakadu was awesome, well worth the trip in and $25 fee which nearly everyone whinges about. Although you ...

Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat, Where Have You Been?

A travel blog entry by jennynbob on Aug 07, 2015

4 comments, 16 photos

... at about 11.30 and just in the nick of time as the parking for caravans was just about full. Silly motorhome drivers who weren't in big buses, we're taking up the long bays when there were plenty in the area next to us. We went for a walk to see the falls. It was a bit of a climb, 2km return, some of it is steep and clambering over rocks. Anita struggled. Fortunately my hip and knees have been good lately but I really think another ten years and I'd probably be saying, not today. ...

Hot Bath at Last

A travel blog entry by crew-frivolous on Aug 05, 2015

5 photos

... like a bit of exercise to get the heart started.

After Edith Falls Colin decided we would go to Douglas Springs. Wendy and Colin had stayed there 15 years before and totally enjoyed this piece of paradise. We arrived there about 12.30pm and set up camp. It was a short walk to the hot springs and I mean hot. They got up to 60 degrees in some places. Found the perfect spot for a relax in the springs, not too hot and not too cool. Back to ...

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    Kakadu Highway, Pine Creek | Lodge
    Traveler rating: 3/5 Good (2 reviews)