Jessica Court Townhouses

Address: 32 Gap Rd., Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0871, Australia | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

Alice Springs Ohhh Showers & Power

A travel blog entry by jjmm2015 on Jul 07, 2015

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... and survival ideas especially Mack.

We walked around the Park and they had a birdshow which was awesome. We then saw some Emu’s and big red kangaroos lazing around under trees. They had a nocturnal centre which was fantastic with so many different animals, spiders ,lizards, snakes. We headed back to our van for lunch and another swim in the pool. Jono and I started to pack up some things as we are heading off from Alice to Devils Marbles in the morning.


Coober Pedy to Alice Springs + Alice & surrounds

A travel blog entry by where_is_pawel on Jul 07, 2015

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... 700km since leaving the underground hotel this morning, finally Alice Springs ahead. That means, we're pretty much in the center of Australia. Only half way to go, before we hit the next major destination up north – Darwin!

Alice Springs (8th July)

Alice Springs is the third largest town in the Northern ...

Day 23. Alice Springs.

A travel blog entry by terro12 on Jul 06, 2015

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... and deep red. We spent a bit of time checking out the carved names in the sandstone amongst them was Ernest Giles and McDoull Stuart the great explorer. Of course lots of people had added their names despite repeated requests via notices not to. Scrambling back down from the viewing platform we completed the circuit and returned to the carpark. It was time for another cuppa as we were a little dehydrated from the heat and the wind. Time ...

Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Jul 04, 2015

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Today we decided to spend the day in the town of Alice doing the Heritage walk in the CBD. After parking the car we walked past The Residency, unfortunately being Saturday it was closed. The Residency was built in 1927 and housed the first Government Resident of Central Australia, John Charles Cawood. Next we walked past the Old Stuart Town Goal which was completed in 1908 and remained in service until 1939, it was built of local stone from the MacDonnell ranges, this is the ...

The Larapinta Trail, Australia

A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 30, 2015

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... accessible by road although for some a four wheel drive vehicle will be required. While all sections will require some reasonable level of fitness, some walking sections are harder than others. You should make your decisions on how much of the route to do and which sections to aim for based on your personal capabilities, interests, and which of the natural and heritage attractions of the trail you are most interested in seeing.