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
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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
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 in the many permanent waterholes which are isolated from any other river system, giving the area considerable ecological importance. The scenic Davenport Ranges have a quiet beauty making them a relaxing and attractive place for intrepid tourists and the local residents from Tennant Creek and Alice Springs wishing to get away from it all, a high clearance four wheel drive is essential.
Aboriginal associations with the area are extensive and strong. The Davenport Ranges mark the boundary between the traditional lands of the Warumungu, Alyawarre and Kaytetye people. Artefacts relating to earlier occupancy remain and 'Dreamtime' or creation stories persist among Aboriginal people who retain traditional associations with the land. The area was settled at the turn of the century and has a diverse history concerning mineral exploration and mining, pastoral development, missionary work and the establishment of government services such as a police station.
Camping is available at the Old Police Station Waterhole or Whistleduck Creek, fees apply.
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Kings Canyon, Watarrka National Park, is located 450 kilometres south west of Alice Springs in the..Katherine Information
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