Auld's Chain of Ponds

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Forrest Street, Northern Territory

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Description

Auld Pond was named by John McDouall Stuart on Tuesday 20 May 1862 during his third and final successful expedition to traverse the Australian continent from south to north. Stuart also refers to them as Auld's Chain of Ponds. These are the Chain of Ponds Stuart spoke so much about in his journal when traversing this area on the last of multiple attempts to traverse south to north of Australia. No camping or overnight parking.

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Location

Lat: -16.26037 Lng: 133.374706

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OwenWalkabout

No water at the moment but still worth stopping to see the flying fox and flood access bridge.

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Jonique Life

This is an interesting place to explore while in the area. It was a tad dry when we were there in July! Jonique Life" Follow our journey around Australia on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube as we highlight wonderful experiences and magical places you can add to your ever growing bucket list.

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User 2208065

Very interesting spot

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