Tag: alice springs

Aboriginal Outback Community, Wallace Rockhole

Situated 117 km West of Alice Springs. Wallace Rock Hole is an Aranda Aboriginal community which runs Aboriginal Culture Rockart tours which cover such things as bush medicine, bush tucker, the history of the Aranda people and visits to ancient rock art sites I interviewed Benjamin, a local guide, asking him about his community. For […]

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Outback Australia, Darwin to Adelaide, Meet a Local Travel Series

Outback Australia – Down the Guts’ travel program Litchfield National Park is actually a more popular National Park with territorian locals than Kakadu – why? You can visit all it’s sites in one day, you can swim without fear of crocodiles, and you don’t have to pay fees to get in. of particular note are […]

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Australia Travel and Tour – Outback Policeman, Stories from World War Two

[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-first-contact-with-the-last-of-an-aboriginal-tribe” text=”Next – 1st Contact with the last of an Aborigine Tribe”] In Alice Springs the Overlanders interview Retired Outback Policeman, Bob Darken. During the war Bob was required to remove Aboriginals from around Arnhem land in case of Japanese invasion. [ratings]

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Australia Travel and Tour – Alice Springs

[p2p type=”slug” value=”australia-travel-and-tour-outback-policeman-stories-from-world-war-two” text=”Next – Outback Policeman, WW2 story”] The Overlanders reach Alice Springs where they meet some Swiss backpackers and interview an old timer named Arthur about what makes Alice unique.

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