Month: July 2016
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Mouth of the Murray

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After the Barossa we went to Hahndorf which is a small German village because in the 1800s many German people were fleeing their country because the king of Prussia wanted them all to […]

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Barossa Valley

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After Woomera, we were on our way to Port Augusta where we did nothing for two nights. Then we made our way out to Quorn where we went on the Pichi Richi Railway […]

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Coober Pedy and Woomera

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Soon after Uluru, actually 9 hours after Uluru, we arrived in Coober Pedy. There, we did many things like eat pizza and go on a self-guided tour around the Old Timer’s Mine where […]

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Alice Springs

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We stayed at Alice Springs for 2 nights. On arriving at Alice Springs, we went to the Camel Cup. This is held once every year and we arrived half way through the day, so we […]

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The Middle of Nothing

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On our way to Alice Springs, in the same day as Devil’s Marbles and Barrow Creek Telegraph Station, we also stopped at the suspected middle of Australia as proposed by John Stuart in […]

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Devil’s Marbles

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The Devil’s Marbles are a stop on the way to Alice Springs and they started as a massive pile of granite under and above the ground which then have been eroded over millions […]

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Darwin

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The day after Litchfield National Park we were all adventuring into Darwin. Whilst we were advancing, we found a wave pool and we did no more adventuring after that, instead we all stayed […]

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Litchfield National Park

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After a good night at Darwin, we all went to the Litchfield National Park. The first stop in the park was the magnetic termites which are a completely different species of termites because, unlike […]

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