A permanent waterhole in the desert, part of dreamtime stories of the local aboriginals and a truly spectacular natural wonder.
It is a rare occasion to see the Todd River flowing
I had never climbed a mountain before, at least not intentionally so when the girls from work suggested climbing Mount Gillen I was very keen. Mount Gillen is situated just outside of Alice Springs and is 2404 ft / 733 m in height. As you can see pictured above the final part of the climb is […]
Standley Chasm is a natural alley way located about 50km out of Alice Springs. The alley cuts through the tough quartzite to form the famous attraction. Powerful flood waters over thousands of years are responsible for the formation and up until the 1920’s had only been seen by aboriginals. Unlike most of the natural sights along the West Macdonnell […]