RFI Adelaide to Alice OR Darwin to Broome after Christmas

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Subject: RFI Adelaide to Alice OR Darwin to Broome after Christmas
From: Nikolas Haass <>
Date: Sun, 11 Sep 2011 16:04:06 -0700 (PDT)
Hi all,

I'd like to plan a two-week trip in late December/early January with my parents 
who are visiting over Christmas to either

Adelaide to Alice/Ayres Rock to see the post-rain desert/outback
Darwin to Broome

Obviously, the post-rain situation is something that cannot be postponed, 
that's why I would favour the post-rain desert trip. However, maybe the scenery 
of the Darwin/Broome trip would be more interesting for my parents. I know that 
in general December/January is not the greatest time of the year for either 
trip. In your experience, would any of these trips make sense at this time of 
the year? Would it be too hot to see many birds/mammals? Would it be miserable 
at this time of the year for my parents (who are not the youngest anymore)?



Nikolas Haass

Sydney, NSW

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