Chifley Alice Springs
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... a tour. For us, this meant a 3 hour stop at Katherine and a shuttle to Katherine Gorge with a chance to have a wander. What we hadn't realised was how hot it would be there (35C) and the lack of a breeze due to being inland. The shower came in really handy after the tour, although it's quite interesting taking a shower on a moving train! We stayed on the train overnight and arrived in Alice Springs the following morning where we would get off the Ghan. ...
... constraint I was debating getting a taxi into town so I could check-in and drop my luggage off or take a shuttle transfer.. which could be cutting it pretty fine. Obviously the shuttle being a far cheaper option, but I was unsure if I'd make the 2pm cut off. Looking at Google Maps it suggested it was a 21 minute trip into town. Statistically, if I was dropped off in the middle of the run, then I should be there on or around 2pm if ...
... We were relieved that both these walks were short (mainly the kids). Simpsons Gap was beautiful as everything up here is. A funny thing was the sign that said no swimming when there wasn't any water in the first place. Hence why the Henley on Todd boat race which is on next weekend, unfortunately we won't be here, is in a dry river course. Milly was the first to spot a rock wallaby which is native to ...
... across the top and back down much further up the canyon, we bumped into a rock wallaby - not sure who got the bigger surprise, then back along the creek bed through the stands of Red Cabbage palms, and couldn't get over how many there were, we came across some stunning scenes and a few excellent swimming holes, which we enjoyed later that afternoon. The park ranger gave an excellent talk at 7pm about his job and the challenges of managing a place such as ...
... were also right near the kids entertainment area too so the kids could come and go as they pleased. All the kids activities were free also which was a bonus as they had the harness trampolines (watching Dalton was quite funny especially when the guy flung him really high), a huge Smurf jumping castle/ slide, animal farm and face painting.There were four qualifying races before the Camel Cup. In between they had kids races, which both the boys entered, rickshaw ...
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Well located by the Todd River. Just a 5 min walk to the Todd Mall and 10 mins to the cultural precinct!
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