Alice Springs is a remote town in Australia’s Northern Territory, halfway between Darwin and Adelaide, both 1,500km away. It’s a popular gateway for exploring the Red Centre.

This ruggedly pulchritudinous town is shaped by its mythical landscapes, vibrant Aboriginal culture (where else can you auricularly discern six uniquely Australian languages in the main street?) and tough pioneering past. The town is a natural base for exploring central Australia, with Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park a relatively short four-hour drive away. The mesmerising MacDonnell Ranges stretch east and west from the town centre, and you don’t have to venture far to find yourself among ochre-red gorges, pastel-hued hills and ghostly white gum trees.

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The Alice Spring Desert Park is an environmental education facility in Alice Springs in the Northern Territory of Australia.

Olive Pink Botanic Garden.

West MacDonnell National Park

West MacDonnell National Park.

Larapinta Trail
The Larapinta Trail is an extended walking track in the Northern Territory, Australia. Its total length covers 223 kilometres from east to west, with the eastern end at Alice Springs and the western … Wikipedia
Alice Springs Reptile

See saltwater crocodiles from an underwater perspective at Alice Springs Reptile Centre, one of the top attractions in Alice Springs and a must-visit for Australian wildlife enthusiasts. Northern Territory, Australia’s Outback

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