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Running due west from Alice Springs, the West MacDonnell Ranges contain a variety of impressing and interesting geological features and landscapes. Simpsons Gap is a dramatic cleft in the..
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..
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The Simpson Desert stretches south from Alice Springs towards the South Australia border. Many attractions located on its fringes are an easy day trip from Alice Springs and provide a taste..
The Larapinta Trail is an exciting long distance walking track through the West MacDonnell National Park in the heart of central Australia. The Trail runs for 223 kilometres along the..
Stanley Chasm (or sometimes Standley can be reached by sealed road 50 kms from Alice Springs. It is a large gap at the tail end of the spectacular West Mcdonnell Ranges. It has been..
A must see for every visitor to Alice.
In the space of just a few hours, you can discover many of the secrets of the Central Australian deserts at the Alice Springs Desert Park. Hundreds..
N’Dhala Gorge Nature Park is located 90 kilometres East of Alice Springs, via the Ross Highway and is accessable by four wheel drive only. This shady gorge contains a wide range of rock..
Trephina Gorge Nature Park lies in the East MacDonnell Ranges, 85 kilometres East of Alice Springs, and is notable for its sheer quartzite cliffs, Red River Gums and sandy creek bed...
Journey to the heart of Alice Springs and be inspired by Rev John Flynn’s historic vision for the bush through stories of outback nurses, displays of Traegers pedal radios and Flynns 1926..
The Alice Springs Golf Club is one of the finest desert golf courses in the world. The manicured greens contrast vividly with the surrounding desert and MacDonnell Ranges. The course itself..
The West MacDonnell Ranges part briefly at Glen Helen Gorge, to make way for the Finke River. The Ranges are of pacoota sandstone and form steep, broken ridges and it is here that the..
The Alice Springs Reptile Centre is the largest reptile display in the Northern Territory. Come and visit the extensive range of reptiles, including the huge perentie goannas, frilled neck..
High red cliffs, a large waterhole and a sandy creek fringed by gums make this one of the most popular and picturesque picnicking spots in the West MacDonnell Ranges. Much more than just a..
Explore the ancient landscapes of Finke Gorge National Park, 140 kilometres west of Alice Springs. The park covers an area of 46,000 hectares, and includes the impressive desert oasis Palm..
The Alice Springs Cultural Precinct is home to some of the most interesting cultural and historical attractions in Alice Springs. It encompasses performing and visual arts, the natural..
The railway station at Alice Springs was built in 1988 based on a 1930 design for a station that was never built. The train did not actually reach Alice Springs until 1929 when the rail..
The Davenport Range National Park (proposed) is an important refuge for fauna, especially water birds due to an extensive network of waterholes. At least seven species of fish are present..
The Museum of Central Australia, in the Alice Springs Cultural Precinct, acts as an interpretive centre for Central Australia’s natural history. The exhibitions explore the unique..
The Ochre Pits, 110 kilometres west of Alice Springs, has been used for generations by the local Aboriginal people as a mine for the colourful mineral ochre. Ochre occurs in a range of..
Massive geological forces created the towering red walls of Ormiston Gorge and Pound, located within the West MacDonnell National Park, 135 kilometres west of Alice Springs. Within the..
Marvel at an ancient landscape as you explore the spectacular Rainbow Valley Conservation Reserve, 100 kilometres south of Alice Springs via the Stuart Highway. The main feature of the..
Simpsons Gap, 18 kilometres west of Alice Springs, is one of the best known attractions in the West MacDonnells National Park. A good time to visit is later in the afternoon or early..
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