Running due west from Alice Springs, the West MacDonnell Ranges contain a variety of impressing and..Palm Valley Information
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The Simpson Desert stretches south from Alice Springs towards the South Australia border. Many..Larapinta Trail Information
The Larapinta Trail is an exciting long distance walking track through the West MacDonnell National..Stanley Chasm Information
Stanley Chasm (or sometimes Standley can be reached by sealed road 50 kms from Alice Springs. It..Alice Springs Desert Park Information
A must see for every visitor to Alice. In the space of just a few hours, you can discover many..N'Dhala Gorge Nature Park Information
N’Dhala Gorge Nature Park is located 90 kilometres East of Alice Springs, via the Ross Highway..Trephina Gorge National Park Information
Trephina Gorge Nature Park lies in the East MacDonnell Ranges, 85 kilometres East of Alice Springs..Adelaide House Museum Information
Journey to the heart of Alice Springs and be inspired by Rev John Flynn’s historic vision for the..Alice Springs Golf Club Information
The Alice Springs Golf Club is one of the finest desert golf courses in the world. The manicured..Glen Helen Gorge Information
The West MacDonnell Ranges part briefly at Glen Helen Gorge, to make way for the Finke River. The..Alice Springs Reptile Centre Information
The Alice Springs Reptile Centre is the largest reptile display in the Northern Territory. Come and..Ellery Creek Big Hole Information
High red cliffs, a large waterhole and a sandy creek fringed by gums make this one of the most..See all locations in Alice Springs and Surrounds
Nestled between ancient ranges that glow red in the evening light is Alice Springs, widely known as the 'capital of the outback', this is a town built on hard work and humour, courage and character. Where else would people hold boat regattas on a perennially dry river, race camels for fun and make the bold claim that it has "the closest proximity to every beach in Australia"?
Between the MacDonnell ranges which lie to the east and west of the town, Alice Springs is in the centre of a region of spectacular geological formations. Vast semi-arid plains, big mountain ranges and even bigger skies surround the famous outback centre. The town is an oasis and acts as the heart of the region, a supply centre for a vast area in the centre of the country. It is also a great base from which to explore outback Australia, including Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the Alice Springs Desert Park and many other surrounding national parks.
The area has many stories to tell from the Aboriginal Dreamtime and the culture of Australia's oldest children can be experienced throughout the region. The region is home to some of the best aboriginal art to be found anywhere and also hosts festivals celebrating indeigenous culture.
No matter how many pictures you've seen, nothing will prepare you for your first view of Uluru...Darwin and Surrounds Information
Modern, cosmopolitan, creative and very tropical Darwin is the capital city of the Northern..Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) Information
Kata Tjuka (the Olgas) means "many heads" in the traditional Anangu language. They are situated in..Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) Information
There are many ways to experience the spectacular Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge) and its..Kakadu and Arnhem Land Information
Kakadu and Arhnam Land are home to the longest continuing surviving human culture in the world...Kings Canyon Information
Kings Canyon, Watarrka National Park, is located 450 kilometres south west of Alice Springs in the..Katherine Information
Katherine is the third-largest town in the Northern Territory, with a population of around 11,000..See all locations in Northern Territory