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Bitter Springs

Listed under Natural World in Northern Territory, Australia.

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In Australia’s remote Katherine Region within the palms and wet bush of the Elsey National Park, these crystal clear spring fed thermal pools hide waiting for the weary trekker or traveller. First gratefully discovered by the surveyors planning the route of the Overland Telegraph at the end of the 19th Century, who were surely only Bitter about leaving, some amenities have now been built around them. Humming with the zing of remote Australian bush.

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