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One of the most picturesque places to be found between Alice Springs and Glen Helen Gorge drive. Aahhh the Serenity with the colours of the outback and the shimmer of the cool water soothing your soul. Well worth the easy short walk along the paved...More
The Ormiston Pound Walk is about 9km & finishes in the Gorge. It is absolutely beautiful & the finish coming through the Gorge quite spectacular. Our favourite of our Alice explorationa & well worth the drive. Great lunch at the kiosk afterwards too
This was one of my favourite stops in the Western Ranges. Even though it was definitely NOT warm enough to go swimming (July), it was a great place to sit by the water's edge and just take it all in. Make sure you wander farther...More
Always beautiful, no matter how much water is in the gorge, this time the waterholes were quite separate. This time we camped, and found the facilities clean and tidy, with plenty of shade, vegetation and birdlife around to make it attractive and keep the dust...More
The Ormiston Gorge hike, is a good walk (hike) for those with limited time in the West Macdonnells, with spectacular views.
It is around 9 Kms in length, and is graded moderate.
This should take , on average about 3-4 hours to complete.
Not being familiar with the area we found it really hard to find people who would give honest and good advise. We were told it was at least a 2hr drive from Alice Springs. It only took us 1 1/2 hrs. We were told to...More