Alice Springs & Surrounds

The historical town of Alice Springs is famous for its beautiful desert landscapes, colourful outback characters, opportunities for adventure and a strong Aboriginal culture. Meet Aboriginal artists in one of the town’s excellent art galleries, hike through the nearby MacDonnell ranges, watch the sun set on a camel ride through the bush and learn about the town’s history at the Royal Flying Doctor Service Alice Springs Facility, Telegraph Station and ANZAC Hill.

Explore the nearby desert waterholes such as Ellery Creek Big Hole, Glen Helen Gorge and the sandy banks of Ormiston Gorge and cool off in the refreshing waters. Visit Simpson’s Gap, one of the most prominent gaps in the West MacDonnell Ranges, featuring the towering cliffs of Simpsons Range. Learn of the local wildlife at the Alice Springs Desert Park, full of interesting and immersive experiences.