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Ah yes, lots of dirt and dust around here.  But just down the road the Bore Baths are perfect to have a soak if you can stand the heat. It is 40-46C of mineralised water straight up from the Great Artesian Basin 1200 meters under the earth.  Too hot for my skin, so sadly I had to gave it a miss.


After that you can listen to the country music concert back at the camp.



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  1. I have soaked in the Dalhousie Hot Springs out from Oodnadatta, which I figure are from the same source. There uis only so much one can take of water at that temperature. Although the swooping birds in the early morning were a delight.

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